Domestic airline passengers are reporting few changes at airports following the attempted bombing of a jetliner on Christmas Day. For international fliers, it's a different story: long security lines, multiple inspections and nearly universal pat-downs. "If it were like this all the time, I would reconsider how often I travel," one frequent flier told The New York Times. With statistics showing a spike in delays and cancellations in the 10 days since the terror attempt, airlines say it's too early to know how prevalent that attitude may become.
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