If you plan to travel this holiday with a group, it may be harder to find seats together.
This year, some major carriers have increased the number of coach seats requiring an extra fee for leg room or to sit closer to the front.
American, Delta, Frontier, and United are among them, according to the Associated Press. This means it will be more difficult to find seats group together unless you're willing to pay an additional $25 per person, each way.
Planes are expected to be packed. Nearly 24 million Americans are planning to fly during the 12 days surrounding Thanksgiving. That's slightly up from last year.
If you will be traveling with family or a group, there are some things you can do to improve your chances:
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