Consumer Watch: Labor Day Travel Expectations

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WESTERN NEW YORK – It’s considered the unofficial end of summer, and whether you’re flying to your Labor Day destination or driving there, prepare for large crowds.

According to Trip Advisor, 61-percent of those traveling will be hitting the road. Among the top trips this year, a beach getaway, a trip to the city, an escape to the lake, a mountain getaway or a visit to a national park.

The survey found New York City, Washington D.C., Boston, Los Angeles, and Orlando were the top destinations.

No matter how you’re getting there expert say keep these two key dates in mind.

Trip Advisor says Thursday, August 29, and Tuesday, September 3, will be the busiest days.


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