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(KSL News) Flying to your Thanksgiving holiday destinations will be more difficult and expensive this year. Air carriers plan to offer 3,000 fewer flights during the Thanksgiving season.
USA Today reports more than 2 million fewer seats on non-stop domestic flights from Nov. 20, the Thursday before Thanksgiving, and Nov. 30, the Sunday afterward.
That means air travelers will soon have fewer choices, fuller planes and more pricey fares.
Larry Gelwix, the "Getaway Guru," is joined us to discuss holiday travel in tonight's Talking Point.
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