5/30/2013

A growing number of globe-trotting business travelers are bypassing U.S. airports in an attempt to avoid "onerous entry procedures" and "flyer-unfriendly policies," this feature maintains. "The U.S. may have pioneered commercial aviation, but today the crossroads of global air commerce are places like Dubai, Istanbul, Seoul, and Bangkok," Patrick Smith writes.

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