Thanksgiving Travel: 2.3M Flew On Wednesday

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The Thanksgiving travel rush is proving to be just as busy as expected. More than two-point-three million people flew out on Wednesday. It wasn’t quite the record high of 2019 but it was the busiest day since the low point of the pandemic.

This Sunday will be the biggest test for airlines as people head home. The TSA expects to screen the most passengers of the holiday week. For drivers, the peak travel hours will be from one to 7 p.m.

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