Fourth of July Travelers Take Over SoFlo Airports, Roadways

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  • Friday alone, the Transportation Security Administration is expecting to screen nearly 2.7 million passengers and crew at airports.

  • Officials also project a massive increase in travelers taking to the roads starting this weekend.

With the July 4th holiday taking place next Wednesday, travelers around South Florida and across the country have already begun flooding airports and roadways to get to their holiday destination.

Friday alone, the Transportation Security Administration is expecting to screen nearly 2.7 million passengers and crew at airports across the country – potentially setting a record for the busiest day ever – as part of an estimated 28.3 million travelers expected to pass through airports from June 28th to July 9th.

Officials also project a massive increase in travelers taking to the roads starting this weekend – so whether you are going by car or plane, travelers are advised to pack their patience and plan extra time into their travel plans.

TSA officials also are reminding passengers that fireworks are prohibited from being brought onto any flights, including a ban on them being placed in both carry-on and checked bags.


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