Thanksgiving Travel

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Michael Samuels 12/2/08 SMPA 110W Doyle Thanksgiving Travel Thanksgiving weekend is notorious for being one of the busiest travel days of the year. In years past, airports and train stations alike filled to capacity with hungry passengers eager to spend extended time with their families. This year however, with the current economic crisis and disposable income at premium, the usual hustle and bustle was nowhere to be found. “Travel is way down this year. In the past we have been jammed with long lines and excited and anxious customers. This year is very slow in comparison; however, the people who are traveling have seemed fortunate to have the opportunity.” said United employee Suzanne Lawrence Conventional holiday travel had been thrown out the window. Typically airlines recommend passengers to arrive two, maybe three, hours in advance of their flight. This due to the usual long lines at the ticket counters as well as the unpredictable security line. Security is often times the x-factor when traveling.
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