PHOENIX - Turkeys won't be the only thing stuffed this week. You can expect busy roads and skies too. More than 857,000 Arizonans will travel for Thanksgiving.
According to AAA, the day before Thanksgiving and Sunday will be the busiest travel days. More than 750,000 people in Arizona will hit the road and more than 50,000 will hop on a plane.
Here's some advice for flyers to help save time and money.
If you're driving, AAA gave this advice.
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