More Travelers to Avoid Flying this Thanksgiving

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Frustration over increased security the nation's airports could cause even more Americans to opt for the roads, as Thanksgiving Day draws near.

"More people this year are going to drive to their destination than fly," AAA Michigan spokeswoman Nancy Cain predicted. "Sometimes, vehicle travel can be more economical."

According to AAA, 94 percent of Americans will drive, 4 percent will fly, and the remaining 2 percent will travel by rail, bus, or boat.

Troy Green, manager of public relations for AAA,  talked more about what travelers can expect as they plan to visit loved-ones this holiday season, on CBN News Channel Midday News, Nov. 19. Click play to watch.

*Originally published Nov. 19, 2010.

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