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Airline aids stranded Bush twins

US Airways diverts Boston-D.C. flight to pick up 24 in N.Y.

By Keith Reed
Globe Staff / August 5, 2004

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US Airways passengers who left Logan Airport 20 minutes late were delayed further when their Washington-bound plane made an unscheduled stop in Albany, N.Y., to pick up President Bush's twin daughters. (Full Article: 590 Words)

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