Airports are getting busier. According to the Bureau of Transportation Studies, 2017 was the busiest year ever for U.S. airlines, and 2018 looks to end just as busy, by more than 3 percent. With the highest number of passengers in history, anxious travelers have more on their minds as they head to the airport, but there are tools that they can use to ease their concerns, including some that are accessible right on their cell phones.
Here are five apps that will help to smooth out the difficulties of air travel today.
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