Photos: Holiday travel is underway at LAX, with crowds expected to double last year’s – Los Angeles Times

Up to 2 million people are expected to pass through Los Angeles International Airport during the two-week Thanksgiving holiday period that begins today, potentially doubling the number from the same time last year.

The busiest days are expected to be this Friday and Nov. 28, the Sunday after Thanksgiving.

People fill Terminal 7 at LAX.

People fill Terminal 7 at LAX.

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The Campos family make their way to the terminal to fly to Puerto Vallarta

Paulina Campos with two young children, Diego and Andres, is followed by her husband, Enrique Campos, and son, Pablo, as the family makes their way to the terminal preparing to fly to Puerto Vallarta.

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Alina Kessler, left, hugs her mother-in-law outside the airport

Alina Kessler, left, hugs her mother-in-law, Catherine Palka, as she prepares to visit her family back east.

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Rubal Singh, center, stacks bags with his family as they prepare to travel to India

Rubal Singh, center, stacks bags with his family as they prepare to travel to India.

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Samuel Cullado  hugs his wife, Anna, as he prepares to depart to Chicago

Samuel Cullado hugs his wife, Anna, as he prepares to depart to Chicago for the pandemic-delayed funeral of his grandfather, who passed away one year ago.

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Karen Berlin with husband Rick Wilson, left, of Ventura are flying to Nashville

Karen Berlin with husband Rick Wilson, left, of Ventura are flying to Nashville.

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