Busy holiday travel weekend expected at GSP

Around 40,000 holiday travelers expected
Busy travel weekend
Travelers make their way through GSP Photo credit USA Today Images

With Thanksgiving weekend upon us, GSP airport is expecting an influx of travelers. GSP says they expect about 40,000 passengers to travel through the airport by the end of this week. Airport personnel has already made things look and feel more festive for the holiday season. Below are some travel tips from our friends at GSP.

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Holiday Travel Tips at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport

COVID-19. TSA requires wearing a mask at all times while at the airport and on aircraft.
Additional information on the coronavirus and travel impacts is available at https://gspairport.com/covid-19-updates/ or in GSP's Carolina Traveler podcast.

Arrive Early. Passengers are encouraged to leave plenty of time to get to the airport, check-in for their flight, and clear security. Plan to arrive two hours prior to departure time. To save time at the ticket counter, use your airline's website or mobile app to check-in for your flight. Keep in mind that some ticket counters close 45 minutes before departure.

Plan to Park. For Thanksgiving holiday travel, Parking Garage A and B and Economy Lot P2 will be open at the posted daily rates. The garages are equipped with Park Assist technology to help you quickly find open spaces. Just look for a green light overhead to find an open space.

GSP now offers pre-booking for parking. Visit gspairport.com/parking for details. Passengers can guarantee space in their preferred lot and earn points towards free parking.

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