Fourth of July Travel Expected to Break Records

Fourth of July Travel Expected to Break Records


 Travel expert Lee Abbamonte reacts to weekend travel delays on ‘Cavuto: Coast to Coast.’ A record number of Americans are expected to travel over the Fourth of July weekend this year despite facing higher prices compared with a year ago, according to AAA.  The automobile club projected that 50.7 million Americans will travel at least 50 miles from home during the long weekend, surpassing the previous record of 49 million travelers in 2019.AIRFARE FROM US TO EUROPE REACHES HIGHEST LEVEL IN 6 YEARS The projection is also an increase of 2.1 million compared to 2022, AAA reported.   “What this tells us is that despite inventory being limited and some prices 50% higher, consumers are not cutting back on travel this summer,” AAA Travel Senior Vice President Paula Twidale said.     Travelers wait in line at an American Airlines counter at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport …

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