best and worst airports and airlines for Christmas travel

Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, and it’s nearly here! Families all around the country are putting up their Christmas trees and festive decorations. More importantly, they are starting to schedule their holiday get-together.

Many of us will be traveling to see family this Christmas. However, long lines, travel delays, and cancellations can put you in a less than festive mood. In the spirit of the season, we want to put you at ease by giving you the lowdown on some of the best and worst airports and airlines for Christmas travel.

We took a look at government data from 2017 and analyzed every departing flight at the 50 busiest airports in the country. Read on to know what the best and worst airports and airlines are during Christmas!

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Christmas weather report 1968-2017

Are you dreaming of a white Christmas? Or is your goal to escape the cold and find a tropical Yuletide experience? Whether you’re looking for sun or snow, we’re here to help. Here is the Treetopia blog’s guide to the coldest and warmest cities to spend the holidays based on historical weather data. We use data from the Farmers Almanac to determine possible weather patterns for Christmas Day this year. This is based on both the Christmas Day temperature and level of snowfall from 1968 to 2017 in 53 different U.S. cities. Read on for all of the interesting results!

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best and worst for thanksgiving travel

Thanksgiving is nearly here! We can’t wait to spend time with our friends and families and eat some delicious turkey! Many people opt to travel home in spite of the long lines, travel delays, and cancellations. We want to put you at ease by giving you the lowdown on some of the best and worst airports and airlines for Thanksgiving travel.

To rank the best and worst airports and airlines during Thanksgiving, we dove into 2017 government data to look at all the departing flights at the 50 busiest airports in the country.

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Take a break this month to commune with some of this continent’s treasured and well-loved national parks

Did you know that July is National Recreation and Parks Month? Why don’t you take a break before the month ends and bond with nature by visiting the national park nearest you? If you’re willing to go the distance to visit some of the best, you’re in luck because we’ve listed down some of America’s favorite National Parks.


This National Park is the treasure at the end of the rainbow

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If you want to devote some “me time” this spring, check out some of these awesome spots

Whether you’re trying to prolong commencing spring cleaning or you just want to experience this season in another location, you can check out some of these places that Treetopia thinks will give you a fantastic time.

Seattle

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Whether you tend to be sleepless or not, Seattle is a definite go-to destination during springtime. You can visit the Space Needle and enjoy the view from above, or head to the Seattle Aquarium and explore things from below. If you want to immerse yourself in the culture of this magnificent place, visit the various museums in the area such as the Olympic Sculpture Park or the Seattle Art Museum. You can also simply explore the city beginning with Pioneer Square or Pike Place Market.

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