Passengers who are flying out of Bradley International Airport through April 14 are urged to prepare for an increase in passenger volume.
The Connecticut Airport Authority is suggesting passengers take steps to prepare for the busy time accordingly.
“We encourage our passengers to give themselves extra time and to be prepared while traveling through Bradley International Airport during this busy travel period. As always, we want our passengers to love their journey through the airport and we will do everything we can to make their travel as smooth as possible," said Executive Director of the Connecticut Airport Authority Kevin A. Dillon, A.A.E.
Passengers who are traveling within the United States are urged to give themselves at least 90 minutes with their airlines and processing through TSA screening. Anyone traveling internationally should plan to arrive three hours ahead of their flight, airport officials said.
Before passengers arrive to the airport, they're urged to confirm the status of their flight. They are also urged to review TSA's guidelines and come prepared.
The busy period is expected to last from April 3 through April 14, which falls during most schools' spring breaks.