Thanksgiving Travel 2019: How to avoid the crowds

22 November 2019 / by OAG

How to avoid the crowds and plan for potential interruptions

This year’s Thanksgiving Holiday is gearing up to be the busiest ever for the world’s largest aviation market as 31.6 M passengers are expected to board US carriers over a 12-day traveling period.

Download OAG’s guide to the US skies including: 

  • Most likely to be overbooked routes
  • Quieter alternative airports to consider flying from
  • Busiest connecting routes
  • Most popular international getaways
  • Where to expect delays and where not 

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Happy Thanksgiving!


Topics: North America, Airlines, Thanksgiving


Written by OAG

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