TSA officials predict that this could be the busiest holiday travel period on record since the early 2000s.
"We're expecting more than 200,000 people for this Thanksgiving travel period. And we've got a lot of great amenities to showcase to them that maybe they haven't seen before," said Ontario Airport CEO Atif Alkadi.
He added that they’re opening a new parking lot that will allow for an additional 2,000 parking spaces for passengers.
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The busiest days to travel are the Tuesday and Wednesday before Thanksgiving, as well as the Sunday after.