Severe weather across the nation could threaten holiday travel on one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Planning to fly out of Los Angeles International Airport before Christmas? You’ll have plenty of company.
More Southern Californians will travel over this Christmas-New Year’s holiday than for any holiday since 2001, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California.
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More Southern Californians are hitting the road this Thanksgiving holiday, thanks to lower gas prices and improved personal finances.
The holidays are a time when everyone plans to travel. Not only are travelers going to visit family, but they are looking for a getaway from their daily routines. That is why this time of year is one of the most expensive times to travel. However, traveling during this time of year does not have to break the bank.
Travelers who plan to fly into or out of Los Angeles International Airport will have a lot of company this Thanksgiving.
Refer to this holiday travel guide for what to see and do in New York City over the holidays.
It does not matter if travelers fly, drive, take the bus or go by train, there are different things they can do to lessen the stress of traveling during the holidays.
Celebrating Thanksgiving might be a difficult thing to do, especially if you have to travel abroad during the holiday. However, with a few simple changes and a little bit of adjusting, it is still possible to make Thanksgiving enjoyable for you and others wherever you are.
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Instead of gathering at someone’s home this Thanksgiving, make plans for a destination Thanksgiving getaway that the entire family will enjoy.
The average U.S. price of gasoline has dipped 2 cents a gallon in the past two weeks after a month of increases.
Throngs of travelers flocked to Los Angeles International Airport Saturday, struggling to overcome delays as they made their way home for the holidays.
Starting Friday, more than 2.6 million travelers are expected to move through Los Angeles International Airport during this holiday season, up 8.2 percent from last year, airport officials said.