Millions of Americans are passing through the nation’s airports as the Thanksgiving holiday weekend comes to an end. Reporter Katie Johnston recently spoke with Roger Dow, chief executive of the US Travel Association trade group, about the country’s diminishing share of international tourists, racial profiling at Logan International Airport, and watching former secretary of state Colin Powell getting searched by a Transportation Security Administration agent.
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Travel is serious business, trade group says
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