Fewer people flying out of Pittsburgh on Thanksgiving eve

PITTSBURGH —Even with a state-wide stay-at-home advisory in Pennsylvania, thousands of people are expected to hit the skies for the Thanksgiving holiday.Still, the numbers are expected to be much lower compared to air travel on past Thanksgiving weekends.

The CEO of the Allegheny County Airport Authority said that a typical Thanksgiving week before the pandemic saw about 18,000 travelers a day.

This year, it is expected to be able 6,000 travelers a day, a drop of about 65%.

Source: Fewer people flying out of Pittsburgh on Thanksgiving eve