The Thanksgiving travel season got off to a bumpy start at San Francisco International Airport on Friday, as a wet weather pattern moved into the area.
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The survey by AAA projects nearly 5 million Californians to head out of town for the July 4 holiday.
A multi-vehicle crash on the U.S. 101 just north of San Francisco International Airport was snarling traffic on one of the year’s busiest travel days.
Mineta San Jose International, which just last week was named the loneliest airport for Thanksgiving travel, is pulling out all the stops to attract more flights and passengers.
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Lines of Thanksgiving travelers moved well at Bay Area Airports today despite a loosely planned protest against full body scans designed to gum up passenger screening.
Oakland Airport is the last of the Bay Area hubs to install full body scanners.
Passengers at San Francisco International who decide to undergo a pat-down instead of undergo a full body scan during the holiday travel season may find themselves in a separate security line.
California Highway Patrol officers are getting ready for a very busy Thanksgiving Week.