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Holiday travel despite high gas and ticket prices

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video Airports and roads throughout the state are full of holiday travelers today. Even with the escalating airfares, and soaring gas prices, many people are still traveling this holiday season. Full story...
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Holiday travel across Carolinas up from last year

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There should be more travelers on the road and in the skies across the Carolinas this weekend, despite rising gas prices and the threat of winter weather. Full story...
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Jamaica-bound flight continues after unexpected ILM stop

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An Air Jamaica Airbus with more than 100 people on board diverted to Wilmington International Airport after a passenger needed medical attention. Full story...
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Driving home for the holidays

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video Rather than getting felt up at the airport, many travelers are choosing to fill up at the gas station. AAA says less than four percent of people are flying this year with an astounding 94 percent of people are driving. The main reason? Convenience. Full story...
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Air travelers pleased with experience

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video At Wilmington International Airport, things have been going smoothly, but can the same be said for airports across the country? Full story...
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Flooding makes driving tough in Brunswick County

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video All the rain is wreaking havoc on Brunswick County roads. Gray Bridge Road usually goes over the Shallotte River, but thanks to the rain and flooding the road is now underneath, which forced most drivers to find some way around. Full story...
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North Carolinians hitting the road for Labor Day

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videoAAA is expecting an eight-percent increase in travel this Labor Day with more than 930,000 North Carolinians hitting the road. AAA attributes part of the increase to lower gas prices. Full story...
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Oil threat affecting vacation plans

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videoThe explosion that caused what could turn out to be the worst oil spill in history is impacting vacationers not just along the Gulf Coast, but here in southeastern North Carolina. Full story...
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Stranded Brit finally headed home

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Earlier this week we told you about a teenager from England stranded here in Wilmington because of the volcanic eruption in Iceland. Well, he is finally on his way home. Full story...
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Northeast snow stymies ILM travelers again

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No matter where you're flying, it's probably a good idea to double check on your flight status before you head to the airport. Full story...
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Northeast snow strands ILM travelers

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Flights to Philadelphia and New York-Laguardia from Wilmington International Airport have been canceled for the rest of tonight and Wednesday. Full story...
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Couch surfing saves travelers money

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video Travelers are using a website called couchsurfing.org to connect with people around the world as a host or couch surfer. Full story...
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Travel down according to AAA

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videoThousands of people will be flocking to our coast for Independence Day, but AAA says travel is still not where it was a year ago. AAA blames sagging finances and rising unemployment rate for fewer people choosing to go on vacation. Full story...
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New rules in effect for crossing the border home

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If you are traveling this summer, new rules are now in effect for Americans on their way home from certain foreign destinations. Full story...
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Travel numbers expected to rise for holiday weekend

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videoIf you're planning to travel for Memorial Day weekend, expect plenty of company because AAA Carolinas predicts travel numbers will be up. Full story...
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