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Herndon, David
May 1997
Travel & Leisure;May97, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p114
Provides information on the qualities of airline consolidators in providing services for customers on travelling. Use of travel agent in locating company; Difficulties in finding consolidators; Functions of airline consolidators.


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