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Weather snarled air travel

Steven Tucker, Traveler Steven Tucker, Traveler

By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email
 
ALBANY, GA (WALB) – Flights coming into Albany the past few days have been filled with people coming to spend Thanksgiving Day in South Georgia.

We caught up with one of those passengers who came in on a Delta connection Wednesday afternoon.

Steven Tucker flew from New Orleans. He said weather conditions caused delays that added hours to his trip, and forced a lot of people to miss their connections in Atlanta.

"I was suppose to be in Albany at 10:30 a.m. and I actually got here at 5 p.m. A lot of people were in the same situation where they were running to the gate to get their flight they couldn't make it on time and get put on standby for other flights," Steven Tucker, Traveler.

As far as going through the security lines, Tucker said he went through one of those new full body scanners.

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