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Labor Day Travel: What to do if your flight is delayed




(L-R) Alphonse Roig, his wife Christine Roig, and daughters Nanine Roig and Lana Roig wait at the British Airways counter for it to reopen at San Francisco International Airport July 6, 2013 in San Francisco, California.
(L-R) Alphonse Roig, his wife Christine Roig, and daughters Nanine Roig and Lana Roig wait at the British Airways counter for it to reopen at San Francisco International Airport July 6, 2013 in San Francisco, California.
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The Labor Day weekend is upon us. According to AAA, more than 29 million of us will hop in our cars for roadtrips and about 2.5 million will head to the airport for a longer journey.

If you're one of those airport-bound people, listen up! Slate contributor Amy Webb is with us and she's got some tips for the flying public.