Airport helps kids with autism travel

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SEATAC, Wash. -- Traveling with children isn't always a smooth experience, but millions of families do it every year to see new places together.

For families with kids on the autism spectrum, traveling can be daunting.

But the Sea-Tac Airport is helping parents get a test-run through the Wings of Autism program.

Learn more about what the program provides here.

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