Hawaii Thanksgiving Travel Numbers Are Reaching Pre-Pandemic Levels

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Hawaii Airports are reporting some of their busiest days since the pandemic began as thousands try to make it on time for Thanksgiving.

Two weeks ago, Hawaii was reporting some 24,000 passengers per day. Last week, the number increased to 34,000 trans-Pacific daily arrivals.

Thanksgiving-eve is famous for being the busiest day for travel. This year, however, remote work has allowed millions of people to travel early and avoid the last-minute rush.

A travel expert from the University

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