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Planning — and patience — can ease Thanksgiving travel

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Here’s what the weather looks like for Thanksgiving travel

More than 50 million Americans will be hitting the road — and the sky — for the Thanksgiving holiday, the busiest time of the year for travel.
Airports are going to be crowded and delays inevitable, but at least the weather appears poised to cooperate with everyone’s travel plans regardless of where you’re headed.
Similarly, the weather in New Orleans for Thanksgiving is expected to be delightfully fall-like, with only a slight chance of rain Tuesday night as a cold front moves through the region.
The high temperature in the New Orleans area on Thanksgiving will top out at 60 degrees.
The dry weather is ideal for the roughly 4 million who will be flying for Thanksgiving this year.

Here's what the weather looks like for Thanksgiving travel

Behind the scenes at United Airlines during the Thanksgiving travel rush

as mentioned in The Washington State Department of Transportation offers information to help guide planning.
No matter how you plan to get around for Thanksgiving this week, some advice is universal: give yourself extra time, slow down, be kind.
The Washington State Department of Transportation charts Thanksgiving travel volumes and offers the information to help guide planning.
Heading back northbound Friday, Saturday or Sunday, you’ll likely want to get through Tacoma by 10 a.m. to beat the worst traffic.
By seaThanksgiving week is one of the busiest of the year for the Washington State Ferries.

Planning — and patience — can ease Thanksgiving travel

DENVER — Denver International Airport is preparing for heavy passenger counts during the annual winter holiday rush.
As passengers make the journey on Pena Boulevard to the airport property, teams from United Airlines are working around the clock to ensure a smooth holiday season.
It’s crunch time as United Flight 143 is gets ready for the 12-hour flight from Denver to Tokyo.
So I have anywhere from four to five guys that work with me,” said Mike Dennis, a United employee of 31 years.
During the holiday rush, that number jumps up to between 90 and 100 percent.

Behind the scenes at United Airlines during the Thanksgiving travel rush

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.

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