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Larger crowds get a head start on this year’s Thanksgiving travel

Get ready, leave home a little earlier and be prepared to stand in heavy airport lines because 50.9 million Americans are expected to travel over this year’s Thanksgiving holiday according to the American Automobile Association.
That’s a 3.3 percent increase from 2016’s Thanksgiving holiday travel of 48 million.
If traveling by car, expect to pay a little more in gas prices due to cost surge in gas prices.
The Transportation Security Administration projects 24 million holiday travelers will trek through the nation’s airports, which is a 6 percent increase from last year.
According to Airlines for America, 2.38 million passengers will travel per day, that’s 69,000 more travelers from the 2016 Thanksgiving travel period.

Larger crowds get a head start on this year's Thanksgiving travel

State officials predict slight uptick in Thanksgiving travel

As it stated in – The busiest Thanksgiving travel season in more than a decade is upon us, according to AAA.
Tampa International says it’s expecting roughly 300,000 travelers to make their way through the airport over the Thanksgiving holiday season.
It should be fairly smooth sailing for those travelers according to a recent report that ranked 45 of the busiest airports around the country.
Honolulu took the top performance spot with 91.5% of their flights arriving and departing on top over the Thanksgiving travel period for the last five years.
Portland, Oregon (PDX)RewardsExpert ranked these airports the worst for Thanksgiving travel delays:1.

Thanksgiving travel season expected to be the busiest

Ryan Fischer/The Herald-Dispatch According to AAA, nearly 51 million Americans are expected to hit the roads and the skies over Thanksgiving week.

State officials predict slight uptick in Thanksgiving travel

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