Ned Browning and his wife usually travel from Starkville to Natchez, Birmingham or Nashville, where each of their children live, for Labor Day weekend. But Browning said he realized by June this year that they might have to call off the trip due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mark Alexander Sr. was planning a trout fishing trip to Tennessee with a friend a couple years ago and found it a labor-intensive process that he thought should be easier and faster.
Thanksgiving travelers got help from favorable weather in most of the U.S. Tuesday, but flight delays piled up at airports around the country by day’s end.
Get ready for bigger airport crowds over Thanksgiving this year.
Mississippi government agencies are spending most of their travel money in-state rather than out-of-state.
Americans are expected to put down the TV remote and hit the road in record numbers for the July 4th weekend.
Thanksgiving travelers should prepare for busy roads this year.
The slowly improving economy could boost travel over the Thanksgiving holiday to levels not seen in nine years.
The nation’s leading airlines are confident they can handle higher Thanksgiving travel this year partly because more people have signed up for quick-screening programs that are designed to keep airport security lines moving.
It’s going to be a busy holiday weekend on the nation’s highways.