Thanksgiving Travellers Are Driving More And Flying Less

Thanksgiving Travellers Are Driving More And Flying Less

Weather delays, higher ticket prices and schedule disruptions are the three main reasons 80 percent of Thanksgiving travelers are driving to their destination this year, according to a survey. Almost two-thirds of travelers have dealt with recent flight delays, and out of those, more than 90 percent are taking a road trip instead of dealing with an airport. (1)

Brace for a very busy Thanksgiving travel season – CNN

Travel over Thanksgiving is expected to reach nearly 98% of pre-pandemic volume, according to automotive and travel club AAA.(2)

AAA Thanksgiving Travel Predictions

AAA predicts 53.4 million people will travel this Thanksgiving. AAA gives advice on how to navigate traveling this holiday season. Travel.(3)

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Thanksgiving travel in 2021 will be noticeably busier than in 2020. Whether you’re planning to fly, drive, or board a train, (4)

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Despite higher gas prices this year, 89% of all Thanksgiving travelers will drive. AAA forecasts 48.65 million Americans will set out for a (5)

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Airlines are banking on a travel boom. Here’s what that means for holiday flying. 4:54.(6)

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Experts say the long holiday weekend, increased vaccination rates and open U.S. borders are all pushing more people to drive this year. A (7)

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While it may come as a surprise that only 15% of respondents are flying for Thanksgiving while 80% are hitting the road, those numbers make (8)

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After COVID-19 largely sidelined holiday plans in 2020, Americans are looking forward to traveling for Thanksgiving this year. But flight (9)

Driving or flying for Thanksgiving? Costs, inconveniences to …

You’ll have plenty of company. Airlines for America, an airline industry advocacy group, projects that 25 million people will fly during the (10)