Passengers navigate the maze of stantions on their way to a Transportation Security Administration screening area at Baltimore Washington International Airport. Photograph by Getty Images
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It's still a busy travel season and some people are trying to get home after being away for Christmas. Others are heading out of town for New Years.
If you're going somewhere by plane there's a chance you're flight's delayed or canceled because of weather.
If that happens airlines will automatically re-book you on the next available flight, but because of all the weather delays that next flight could be days away.
There are a few things you can do to increase your odds of getting on a plane.
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