Those plans may be interrupted by the winter weather.
AAA is predicting this holiday season to be the busiest we've seen in six years with 93.3 million people taking a trip for the holiday.
The number of travelers leaving home for Christmas is 1.6% more than last year.
AAA says it's just 400,000 people shy of breaking the record set in 2006.
Although AAA predicts highway travel to be the number one choice for travelers because of high airfare prices, officials at the
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"This year because Christmas is in the middle of the week, a lot of folks are taking advantage of a full week and taking a long trip out of town, and it's the weekend before Christmas is the exodus out of town and they come back around new years," said Chris Rodgers, Erie International Airport Executive Director.
AAA also says that once fliers arrive at their destination and rent a car, they'll be paying about $16 more a day than they would have a year ago.