Holiday travelers can expect cheaper flights than last year in most parts of the country. Airlines such as United, American, and Delta are offering discounts for certain dates and destinations. Hotels will be packed during the holiday season, so it may be difficult to find available rooms. More boomers (ages 55 and older) are expected to be traveling this year since many are more comfortable now with the Covid-19 vaccine rollout. With AAA predicting about 1 million more travelers this year, holiday goers should be sure to book flights and hotels early and consider alternate travel methods such as buses, trains, and rental cars. Additionally, travelers should be sure to follow their destination’s safety guidelines and protocols to ensure a safe and enjoyable holiday season.
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