The message is clear:
"Do your homework first then go to a travel agent," said Giuliano Lorenzani, owner and president of Boca Raton Travel & Cruises.
If you want to sit next to family or friends the next time you fly, better not leave it up to chance at the airport.
With some airlines no longer allowing families with young children to pre-board, and others putting a premium price on more of their seats in economy, it's getting harder to score seats together without paying extra.
Some fliers say the latest changes in air travel are family un-friendly, as they force travelers on a budget to sit aisles apart if they can't afford to fork out extra for advance seat assignments.
As many South Floridians prepare to fly for the July 4 holiday and peak summer travel period, some could be in for a surprise if they haven't flown in a while.
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