Airports face far less Thanksgiving travel after CDC warnings

Airlines report that they are experiencing a drop in bookings and a spike in canceled reservations for the holiday. It comes at the CDC ‘strongly’ advised Americans not to travel for Thanksgiving or to spend the holiday with people from outside their household. Last year, between the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and the Sunday after, 4.58 million people flew. In 2020, an estimated 2.4 million people are expected to fly, which would be the largest one-year decrease on record. AAA estimates that fewer than 50 million people will travel on the road for Thanksgiving, a 10% drop from last year and largest since the Great Recession. Some people have ignored social guidelines as photos have shown people in tight lines in waiting areas and at bag drop counters at various airports (pictured)

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