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Airlines expect record Thanksgiving travel; here are the biggest trouble spots

Data company OAG crunched the numbers and offers some suggestions for surviving a busy and stressful travel season.

ATLANTA — Thanksgiving is a busy travel season, and that means large crowds in airports and potential service interruptions in the air if bad weather strikes at the wrong moment.

OAG, the airline and airport data behemoth, did some data crunching and came up with some revelations about Thanksgiving travel that could be useful.

First, OAG predicts this will be the busiest-ever Thanksgiving travel period, with 31.6 million travelers expected to board United States-based carriers over the 12-day travel period that brackets Thanksgiving.

To read more about where those trouble spots will be, click here for the full story on the Triad Business Journal's website. 

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