Thanksgiving is one of the busiest times of the year for travel. Traffic jams, transportation delays, and making plans in general can be a headache. We won’t even get into booking a flight around Thanksgiving either (not yet anyway). Take these Thanksgiving travel tips from us here at Roger Williams CDJR so you can spend the holiday with your family.
- Schedule in Advance. Getting a flight during the week of Thanksgiving is a no-go. You more than likely won’t be able to find one and if you do, the price will be incredibly high. Start scheduling now if you haven’t already–Thanksgiving is right around the corner.
- Pack Carefully. Packing is usually the easiest part of traveling but in today’s airports, it’s best to do it carefully. Know the TSA’s rules on liquids, gels, and so on. If you can pack everything into your carry-on and avoid checking luggage altogether, do it.
- Travel Early or Late. Getting to the airport and making it to your gate in record time is best done when there are very few people at the airport. As a result, booking your flight for very late or very early will land you on your flight with time to spare.