Miami International Airport was bustling Tuesday, busy with travelers flying away to celebrate Christmas or flying in to be with family in South Florida. Fortunately the weather outside was not frightful.
Depending who you ask it’s a pretty standard holiday travel weekend at Miami International Airport and Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport. Still, a massive winter storm affecting 35 states combined with a holiday rush is causing delays and cancellations.
If you’re planning on flying out of town for the Christmas holiday, you are going to have plenty of company. Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport expects 1.2 million travelers will pass though their terminals over the holiday period which began Saturday, Dec. 21st and runs through Sunday, Jan. 5th 2014.
With the holiday season in full swing, Miami International Airport is expected to see more than 2.1 million passengers during the 17-day holiday travel period from Dec. 21 to January 6th.
The holiday travel season is about to hit overdrive this weekend as people head home for the holidays across the country by land and by air.
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It looks like Mother Nature decided to play nice over the busy Thanksgiving travel holiday.
A major storm system barreling over the mid-Atlantic and Northeast did not cause widespread flight delays or cancellations on Wednesday as originally feared.
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It looks like fewer Americans will be hitting the road over the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday weekend. This year an estimated 43.4 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from home during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, a decrease of 1.5 percent.