Experts Say Thanksgiving Travel Might be Messy Amid Shortages and Storms
Here's what you need to know
The number of fliers this year will approach pre-pandemic levels, according to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). However, experts said staffing shortages and a storm on the horizon threaten to disrupt Americans' holiday plans.
"One of the things folks have not accounted for is that conditions have changed," Willis Orlando, senior product operations specialist at Scott's Cheap Flights, told ABC News. "If you're checking in for a flight and it's an international flight, airline agents now have to check many more layers of documentation depending on where you're going... Those lines are going to take longer. Add to that lingering staffing shortages and you have a recipe for long lines and delays."
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