NEWARK, NJ — Sundaynot the best for people heading home from Thanksgiving.
– the most in decades – were expected to travel on holiday. And slowly but surely, things were picking up at Newark Airport Sunday morning, CBS2’s Christina Fan reported.
The line was shorter at check-in, but the biggest delays were at passenger drop-off points. If you’ve driven to the airport before, you know it can take more than 10 minutes just to get to the departures level of Terminal C.
Once people get in, the process has been relatively smooth.but most travelers are shocked at how painless the journey has been.
However, awill complicate matters on Sunday afternoon. Those who caught an early flight home were relieved to have given themselves a buffer.
“I definitely leave early or book flights at a certain time if it’s easy enough to do … non-peak hours. So early in the morning or late at night,” one traveler told us.
Delays are expected as the tri-state area and other regions collide.