In a notable achievement, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced that Sunday set a new single-day travel record, underscoring the bustling return home from the Thanksgiving holiday. On this day, more than 2.9 million individuals successfully passed through security at various U.S. airports.
The surge in travel was not limited to airport security checkpoints; major airlines also reported unprecedented numbers during the Thanksgiving period. American Airlines, for instance, disclosed that it served nearly 6.5 million customers over the Thanksgiving holiday. Simultaneously, United Airlines reported a robust figure of 3.2 million passengers between November 17th and. . .