TSA Anticipates Near Pre-Pandemic Passengers This Thanksgiving Week – Food Items Allowed

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has stated that travel volumes during the Thanksgiving vacation could exceed pre-pandemic levels.

TSA officials explained that the three busiest days of the holiday travel season, which runs from Nov. 18-27, are typically the Tuesday and Wednesday before Thanksgiving and the Sunday after the holiday.

The government agency anticipates screening up to 2.5 million passengers at checkpoints across the country on Wednesday, November 23, and may exceed 2.5 million passengers on Sunday, November 27.

On the Sunday following Thanksgiving in 2019, the TSA reported the highest passenger volume in its history, screening approximately 2.9 million people at checkpoints around the country.

“We expect to

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