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it doesn't bother you. And I think that whoever took that plane, obviously it must have been something to do with terrorism, and you just hope there are no terrorists on our plane.''
Jane Barnes, Cole's daughter, who also was traveling to Bali:
``I don't feel any differently. I fly quite often, probably about every 8 to 10 weeks. But even when I do fly that often, I still have quite a few butterflies on the plane. Any little bumps, I'm just, `Hang on,' and I'm holding my breath. But you just bear it. ... I think you can't let these things interfere with your life. If you have plans, and you have holidays to go to, and, what do they say about life, you just keep going with it.''
Duang-ramon Paaptanti, 37, a Thai woman who studies at a Japanese university and was leaving Tokyo's Haneda Airport on a Cathay Pacific flight to Hong Kong:
"That was a one-off thing and things like that don't happen very often, but it makes me want to communicate more with my family. You become more cautious. You make sure that you say your goodbyes properly.''