Memorial Day travel in full swing, despite record high gas prices

Memorial Working day journey in full swing, in spite of record high gas costs.

AAA predicts 40 million men and women will travel around the holiday getaway weekend, and quite a few of them will be passing by metro Atlanta.

Hartsfield-Jackson by yourself is predicting far more than two million travellers during the active getaway weekend.

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If you have a flight booked, hope prolonged lines and possibly some problems getting a parking location.

Channel 2 Anchor Jorge Estevez talked to airport leaders, who say they are ready for the upcoming holiday getaway, but they want to make sure tourists are way too, particularly now that parking is an situation at the airport.


Airport professionals say the busiest vacation times will be following Thursday and Friday and the busiest time will be any morning flight.

With so a lot of men and women traveling, parking will be at a quality. Here’s a hyperlink to the map, to find out which lots are total right before you head to the airport. Continue to keep in head, construction is heading on in the south terminal whole lot, so much less spaces are available.

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It’s not just the airport that will be fast paced, tens of millions of family members are heading to be out on the roadways on Memorial Day weekend. The WSB Targeted visitors Heart says you can expect I-75 and other main interstates to fill up by 11am a-m the Friday ahead of Memorial Working day.

If you prepare on traveling north, Triple Crew Targeted traffic states to watch out for the extend of I-75 concerning Carterville and Marietta.