More than 12 million U.S. travelers are expected to fly during the Labor Day holiday weekend, with 2.6 million travelers expected each day, according to travel website Hopper.
However, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Denver International Airport, and Los Angeles International Airport are projected to see the heaviest amount of traffic.
Over 700,000 passengers are expected to depart from Atlanta, while more than half a million travelers are expected to depart from Denver and Los Angeles, according to Hopper. Dallas Fort-Worth airport is also likely to see over half a million travelers.
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"These airports are also seeing high flight disruption rates this August, with most experiencing higher than usual delay and cancelation rates," Hopper said in its latest travel report.
This means travelers planning to depart from these airports should be prepared for potential disruptions.