Avoiding Lines on One of the Busiest Travel Days

ABC News' Gloria Riviera has tips to get through the airport lines quickly and safely.
1:02 | 11/29/15

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A huge travel day especially at the airports. If you're flying today, you may want to leave some extra point. Gloria Rivera is at Reagan national airport in Washington, D.C. Reporter: If you're leaving early you might be okay, otherwise this is the busiest travel day of the Thanksgiving holiday. More than 2.7 million people expected to fly today. Some of the country's biggest hubs from L.A., to Denver, to Chicago, have been jam packed all week. The transportation security agency says arrive two hours early and there are also apps, when I fly can I bring, that will tell you what you take and cannot take. My favorite tip from the tsa, they want you to know that you cannes kayrying on pies and cake and good to know about the pies and cake and classic news you

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