Everyone wants things to go smoothly for travelers on busy holiday travel days, but when things go wrong it’s nice to have understanding passengers.
On a busy holiday travel day at Denver International Airport on Friday everyone was seemingly in high spirits, even a woman who missed her flight.
More than 1 million people are expected to pass through Denver International Airport in a 4-5 day span, and on Wednesday morning the holiday travel crush had already begun.
Sure, it’s late to start booking holiday flights, but some travel professionals say waiting until the last minute can get better fares.
The holidays are all about spending time with family and friends. It’s that time of year when deep breathing exercises can help a traveler keep calm, but there’s no substitute for being prepared.
With the holiday travel season just around the corner CBS4 wanted to know how to make sure you’re getting the best deal on that ticket.
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