FAA unveils two Web sites to aid travelers

In its latest effort to reach out to the public through the Internet, the

Federal Aviation Administration has launched two Web sites that provide

travelers with delay and safety information.

Both sites are available through the FAA's main site at www.faa.gov.

The first site, under "Traveler Info," provides information on airport on-time

conditions and offers tips to make air travel safer for passengers. Tips

cover what to wear, carry-on baggage, what not to pack (such as common household

hazardous materials), dealing with turbulence, child safety seats, security

and emergency evacuations.

The second site, under "Public Inquiry," enables users to find answers

to questions on any aviation issue. Users can access publications and FAA

regulations, report low-flying aircraft or look for jobs.

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