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Thanksgiving travel at BWI | PHOTOS

Traffic at BWI Airport during the Thanksgiving holiday period has returned to almost pre-pandemic levels. Close to 30,000 travelers are expected on Wednesday, and on the biggest travel day, the Sunday after Thanksgiving, about 32,000 travelers are anticipated. TSA officials advise travelers to arrive two hours early, wear masks, and confirm what items are permitted in carry-on luggage to ensure a smooth check-in.
(Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
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Traffic at BWI Airport during the Thanksgiving holiday period has returned to almost pre-pandemic levels.
(Amy Davis)
Thanksgiving holiday travel
Traffic at BWI Airport during the Thanksgiving holiday period has returned to almost pre-pandemic levels. Close to 30,000 travelers are expected on Wednesday, and on the biggest travel day, the Sunday after Thanksgiving, about 32,000 travelers are anticipated. TSA officials advise travelers to arrive two hours early, wear masks, and confirm what items are permitted in carry-on luggage to ensure a smooth check-in.
Traffic at BWI Airport during the Thanksgiving holiday period has returned to almost pre-pandemic levels. Close to 30,000 travelers are expected on Wednesday, and on the biggest travel day, the Sunday after Thanksgiving, about 32,000 travelers are anticipated. TSA officials advise travelers to arrive two hours early, wear masks, and confirm what items are permitted in carry-on luggage to ensure a smooth check-in. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Thanksgiving holiday travel
Traffic at BWI Airport during the Thanksgiving holiday period has returned to almost pre-pandemic levels.
Traffic at BWI Airport during the Thanksgiving holiday period has returned to almost pre-pandemic levels. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
Thanksgiving holiday travel
Travelers get boarding passes and check their luggage at the Southwest terminal at BWI Airport two days before Thanksgiving.
Travelers get boarding passes and check their luggage at the Southwest terminal at BWI Airport two days before Thanksgiving. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
Thanksgiving holiday travel
Ariya Randall, nine weeks old, waits patiently as her family from Glen Burnie checks in at the Southwest terminal for their flight to Florida for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Ariya Randall, nine weeks old, waits patiently as her family from Glen Burnie checks in at the Southwest terminal for their flight to Florida for the Thanksgiving holiday. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
Thanksgiving holiday travel
Travelers check their luggage at the Southwest counter at BWI Airport two days before Thanksgiving.
Travelers check their luggage at the Southwest counter at BWI Airport two days before Thanksgiving. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
Thanksgiving holiday travel
After passing through a checkpoint, travelers walk toward their gate with Southwest planes in the background. Traffic at BWI Airport during the Thanksgiving holiday period has returned to almost pre-pandemic levels. Close to 30,000 travelers are expected on Wednesday, and on the biggest travel day, the Sunday after Thanksgiving, about 32,000 travelers are anticipated.
After passing through a checkpoint, travelers walk toward their gate with Southwest planes in the background. Traffic at BWI Airport during the Thanksgiving holiday period has returned to almost pre-pandemic levels. Close to 30,000 travelers are expected on Wednesday, and on the biggest travel day, the Sunday after Thanksgiving, about 32,000 travelers are anticipated. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
Thanksgiving holiday travel
A traveler traverses the skywalk at BWI Airport, which has seen holiday traffic during the Thanksgiving holiday period return to almost pre-pandemic levels.
A traveler traverses the skywalk at BWI Airport, which has seen holiday traffic during the Thanksgiving holiday period return to almost pre-pandemic levels. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
Thanksgiving holiday travel
Travelers are directed to another checkpoint entry at BWI Airport during the start of the Thanksgiving holiday travel crunch.
Travelers are directed to another checkpoint entry at BWI Airport during the start of the Thanksgiving holiday travel crunch. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
Thanksgiving holiday travel
Travelers wait at the security checkpoint at BWI Airport, where holiday travel during the Thanksgiving holiday period has returned to almost pre-pandemic levels.
Travelers wait at the security checkpoint at BWI Airport, where holiday travel during the Thanksgiving holiday period has returned to almost pre-pandemic levels. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
Thanksgiving holiday travel
Traffic at BWI Airport during the Thanksgiving holiday period has returned to almost pre-pandemic levels. Close to 30,000 travelers are expected on Wednesday, and on the biggest travel day, the Sunday after Thanksgiving, about 32,000 travelers are anticipated. TSA officials advise travelers to arrive two hours early, wear masks, and confirm what items are permitted in carry-on luggage to ensure a smooth check-in.
Traffic at BWI Airport during the Thanksgiving holiday period has returned to almost pre-pandemic levels. Close to 30,000 travelers are expected on Wednesday, and on the biggest travel day, the Sunday after Thanksgiving, about 32,000 travelers are anticipated. TSA officials advise travelers to arrive two hours early, wear masks, and confirm what items are permitted in carry-on luggage to ensure a smooth check-in. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
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