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    Christmas 2021’s Best, Worst Times To Travel In Georgia

    ATLANTA, GA — If you’re planning a Christmas vacation away from Georgia this year, you’re in good company. More than 109 million people in the United States plan to hit the road between Dec. 23 and Jan. 2, according to AAA’s newly released end-of-year travel forecast. That’s a 34 percent increase from 2020, when most people were forced to cancel travel plans or hold smaller celebrations at home due to the coronavirus pandemic. That dramatic bounce-back — 27.7 million more people traveling — will bring this year’s numbers within 8 percent of 2019 levels. Airlines will also see a 184  

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    Best, Worst Times To Go

    BOSTON, MA — If you’re planning to travel around or away from Massachusetts this Christmas, you’ll have plenty of company. More than 109 million people in the United States plan to travel between Dec. 23 and Jan. 2, according to AAA’s newly released end-of-year travel forecast. That’s a 34 percent increase from 2020, when most people were forced to cancel travel plans or hold smaller celebrations at home due to the coronavirus pandemic. That dramatic bounce-back — 27.7 million more people traveling — will bring this year’s numbers within 8 percent of 2019 levels. Airlines will also see a 184  

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    Thanksgiving travel: Best and worst times to fly

    Last-minute travelers who are flying on Thanksgiving Eve will likely see crowds that’ll make them wonder if they’ve chosen the right time to leave. Nearly all travel experts agree that the night before Thanksgiving isn’t the ideal time to fly. This includes the American Automobile Association (AAA), which published an updated travel forecast for the holiday. THANKSGIVING TRAVEL: BEST AND WORST TIMES TO GO  “Even with air travel seeing a boost this year, AAA finds that the average lowest airfare is 27.3% less than last year coming in at $132,” the auto association wrote. “Tuesday and Wednesday are still the  

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    Ambulance Times Could Increase in WF if Vaccine Mandates Happen

    It is possible that vaccine mandates could be happening in Wichita Falls in a few weeks and Bill Lockwood has had several guest in studio to discuss what this means for the rest of Wichita Falls. In case you missed the show over the weekend, Bill Lockwood had three guests in studio on his show American Liberty. Bill has been talking for several weeks about the potential vaccine mandates coming to Wichita Falls. You can check out some of the previous interviews here. I reached out to Bill and asked him what went down on this week’s show. You can  

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    Thanksgiving travel: Best and worst times to go

    Thanksgiving traffic is seeing an uptick as families throughout the country plan to reunite now that there are coronavirus vaccines available. The American Automobile Association (AAA) predicts that Thanksgiving travel will reach pre-pandemic levels with an estimated 53.4 million people hitting the roads.  Utilizing traffic data from INRIX – a location-based analytics company that monitors motor vehicle movement – AAA was able to come up with an updated travel forecast that has narrowed down the best and worst times to drive around Thanksgiving week. 4 SMART TIPS FOR THANKSGIVING TRAVEL The American Automobile Association predicts that Thanksgiving travel will reach  

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    ‘Revenge Travel,’ Family Edition – The New York Times

    “We could have just taken them to the west side of Florida, to a nice hotel,” said David Egozi, speaking of his three children and the dream of their first big family trip of the pandemic. But Mr. Egozi, a 36-year-old real estate developer from Aventura, Fla., and his wife, Jessica, have always been avid travelers, dotting the calendar with one trip after the next, including regular visits to see family in Israel. “They’ve been locked up for so long,” Mr. Egozi said of his children, ages 10, 8 and 4. “We needed to do something big; we wanted to  

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