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The airlines have gone to Capitol Hill to request help with enormous financial losses, demands for increased security, and other problems they are facing. Diane and her guests talk about the future of the airline industry and air travel.
- Neil Livingstone Chair and CEO, ExecutiveAction, an international risk management firm and author of nine books on terrorism
- James Fallows National correspondent for the "Atlantic Monthly."
- Deborah McGregor Financial Times
- Bob Crandall Former chairman and CEO of American Airlines
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