It was a busy weekend at South Florida’s airports as travelers headed home for the holidays or came in for Christmas.
While staying at home and spending time with the family is a time honored tradition, lots of people are planning to head out of town.
As the holidays arrive, you might be concerned about your holiday hustle becoming a hassle.
The Florida Department of Transportation is working hard to make sure travelers stay safe on the roads across South Florida and the rest of the Sunshine State during the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
If you plan to hit the road or catch a flight out-of-town for the Thanksgiving holiday, pack your patience. More than 40 million Americans are expected to travel by plane or by automobile between Wednesday and Sunday.
Thousands of people are expected to hit the road or catch a flight to visit family or friends for the Thanksgiving Day holiday.
There’s never a quiet period of the year for tourism in Miami, and when it comes to the holidays and the busiest times to travel, Miami International Airport will not let you down. Enjoy the pre-flight wait or a long layover at any of these fine bars and restaurants.
South Florida airports are expected to see an increase in traffic Friday which is one of the busiest travel days of the years but so far, there have been no disruptions at either Miami International Airport or Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport.
An alert driver is a safer driver, so this Christmas the Florida Turnpike wants you to a have a cup of coffee, or two, on them.
More than half a million travelers are expected to fly in and out of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport during the holiday travel period.