ATLANTA (AP) -- Millions of Americans got an early jump on their Thanksgiving travel Wednesday.
The world's busiest airport, Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport, was crowded but calm.
The airport was bracing for a rush of 1.7 million holiday travelers.
General manager Ben DeCosta said that's in line with the holiday
period last year.
Sitting by security check-in, 24-year-old advertising student
Laura Berg said she had stayed in Atlanta for Easter and decided it
was worth it to brave higher ticket prices so she could see her
family in San Antonio for Thanksgiving.
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