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Masking on planes isn't as common as it was in this May 2020 photo, but it is still a good idea, especially if you are on your way to Thanksgiving with older adults or immunocompromised people.

Masking on planes isn’t as common as it was in this May 2020 photo, but it is still a good idea, especially if you are on your way to Thanksgiving with older adults or immunocompromised people.

ELEONORE SENS/AFP via Getty Images

Masking on planes isn't as common as it was in this May 2020 photo, but it is still a good idea, especially if you are on your way to Thanksgiving with older adults or immunocompromised people.

Masking on planes isn’t as common as it was in this May 2020 photo, but it is still a good idea, especially if you are on your way to Thanksgiving with older adults or immunocompromised people.

ELEONORE SENS/AFP via Getty Images

Expect packed airports and plenty of traffic on Thanksgiving travel days

Airlines are expecting the Thanksgiving weekend will be one of busiest periods for travel in decades.

Masking on planes isn’t as common as it was in this May 2020 photo, but it is still a good idea, especially if you are on your way to Thanksgiving with older adults or immunocompromised people.

ELEONORE SENS/AFP via Getty Images

   

Millions of people are taking to the skies this week to travel home, away, or abroad for the holiday. Are you one of them?

Reset learns more about what experts predict will be one of the busiest travel seasons to date.

GUEST: Elaine Glusac, Frugal Travel Columnist for the New York Times

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