Air, train and road travel normal as holiday weekend winds down
NEW YORK — Millions of Americans made their way back home Sunday after a long Thanksgiving weekend, facing minimal stress and strain as they traveled by air, rail or road.
Federal Aviation Administration data showed most U.S. airports with delays of 15 minutes or less through Sunday afternoon.
Lines at airline check-in counters and security checkpoints were short and flowing quickly at New York’s Kennedy Air- port.
Amtrak in New York City was running normally, and no major traffic problems were reported in the Northeast corridor.
But it wasn’t smoothgoing everywhere. Storms i n Washington state dropped more than 2 feet of snow in 24 hours. Besides driving problems, officials said there was a risk of landslides. AAA estimated 48.7 million Americans would travel for Thanksgiving week.