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.
More than two million people across Florida will hit the road this holiday weekend, according to the American Automobile Association, and law enforcement and traffic experts want to make sure they do so safely.
This is going to be a busy week at South Florida’s airports. More than 900,000 passengers are expected at Miami International Airport during the eight-day Thanksgiving travel week from Monday, November 25 to Monday, December 2nd.
The following are five tips for traveling during Thanksgiving weekend that will make your life easier.
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.
The Thanksgiving travel day season gets underway Monday at South Florida airports and on South Florida roadways.
Thanksgiving is about spending time with family, eating a lot of turkey and of course, traveling.