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Looking to increase revenue, airlines invest in entertainment as they cut other amenities

By Keith Reed
Globe Staff / May 29, 2005

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ABOARD SONG FLIGHT 2005 -- A strong wind over Boston Harbor rocked the plane from side to side before it touched down safely at Logan International Airport, but Joyce Brearley, returning to Methuen from a Florida vacation with her husband, Russ, didn't notice. (Full article: 1151 words)

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