Millions To Hit The Roads, Skies For Thanksgiving; Expect Heavy Rush Hour Delays

Today, the day before Thanksgiving is the busiest travel day of the year, with millions of travelers hitting the roads and skies. 

According to AAA, about 43 million Americans are expected to travel 50 miles or more during this holiday weekend.

Planes are expected to be close to 90 percent full on the busiest traveling days, according to reports, and over 20 million are expected to fly.

The busiest travel days will be today and the Monday after Thanksgiving. 


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  1. time for you & all of klal yisroel to also hit the skies-TO ERETZ YISROEL-before things get worse in the USA C”V

    pack your bags NOW & head for Eretz Yisroel, while the pressure is not so hard & before america is attacked by iran. for then it will be too late & everyone will be leaving in
    poverty, wishing they had left-now-when they were told.

    i.e. how many yidden in europe & germany left before WWII when they all knew it was coming R”L? not more then 5 percent. thats sad. but thats whats happening now today as we remain in the USA & watch it go down into collapse step by step

  2. i beg you from a brother to a brother to go now to eretz yisroel before its too late. it brings sadness & tears when you hear of tzaros that you know could have been avoided with lives saved etc…

    please don’t wait & prevent future Tragedies from happening C”V

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