Thanksgiving travel for the record books!
AAA is estimating that more than 54 million Americans will travel next week and that could set a record. The sky will be packed for the holiday. TSA predicts 54 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more this year and TSA expects a record number of airline passengers. US airlines are planning for 30.6 million people to travel. TSA officials anticipate the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and the Sunday after the holiday will be the busiest. but say they're ready to meet the demand. For those planning to hit the road, travel times in the most congested cities could be as much as four times longer than normal. With drivers in San Francisco New York City and Boston seeing the longest delays. It will also take more time to get to the airport extra time, pack a little extra patience and serenity. TSA officials say they continue to deal with persistent security threats they're asking travelers to report suspicious activities, and Congress for more money to help keep passenger safe.
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