Busy Thanksgiving travel season looks much quieter

AAA had forecast about 48 million people would be traveling by road and air, but with warnings not to travel next week, it expects that number to drop even lower.
0:25 | 11/21/20

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Next tonight a very different hall a travel season expected this year. Triple a.'s already estimating seven million fewer travelers plot road. And by air and number they believe will drop even further after the CDC told Americans to stay home this Thanksgiving. To do the pandemic. Airlines reporting a spike in cancellations and expecting more and traveler should know they can cancel most airline tickets up to the day of travel and still receive a credit.

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