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Highways, airports likely to be jammed ahead of Memorial Day weekend

  • AAA forecasts the busiest start-of-summer weekend in nearly 20 years, predicting 43.8 million people traveling at least 50 miles between Thursday and Monday. The Transportation Security Administration estimates 3 million passing airport checkpoints on Friday.
  • Over 4,000 U.S. Flights faced delays by midafternoon on the East Coast, a persistent issue throughout the week, testing travelers' patience. The TSA expects Friday to be the peak day for air travel, with around 3 million passing through checkpoints.
  • With highways expected to be congested, AAA projects 43.8 million travelers venturing at least 50 miles from home over the holiday weekend, with 38 million using vehicles.
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