HONOLULU (KHON2) — Taking to the skies this Thanksgiving? Think again. Officials said airlines have not increased their number of flights but flights are expected to be fuller this year.
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The Department of Transportation is expecting a surge in travelers this Thanksgiving holiday, so parking at the airports will be limited.
If you are planning to travel via airplane, you’re encouraged to arrive at least two hours early, check with the airline on the status of your flight and plan accordingly if driving and planning to park at the airport.
The busiest travel days are expected to be Wednesday and Sunday.