Blue Grass Airport Reporting Minor Delays for Thanksgiving Travel

Reported by: Paris Lewbel
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Updated: 11/27/2013 8:31 am

With increased travel over the holidays, and the threat of severe weather, officials at the Blue Grass Airport have a few tips to get through the airport just a little bit quicker.

“We recommend passengers arrive 90 minutes prior to their flight,” airport officials say.  “This will provide ample time to park, check in with your airline and pass through the security checkpoint.”

They also recommend making sure travelers are aware of the most recent TSA rules and regulations. Those rules can be found by going to the TSA’s Website.

Travelers are also dealing with severe weather this holiday season. That weather is affecting several parts of the county, causing many travelers to scramble to adjust flights or make other plans.

Travelers should check with their airline before heading to the airport. They can also go to the Blue Grass Airport website for delay and weather information.

ABC 36’s Team Coverage will continue to keep you updated on travel delays throughout the holiday weekend.

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