Worst Times And Dates To Go On Your Vacation (2 of 3)
3rd and 4th of July
If you are not native to the U.S, but resident there, the 4th of July is Independence Day celebrated as a federal holiday in the U.S. A few things that come to our minds when we talk about a holiday are family, friends, or a short trip. You are just better off lounging in your bed and watching a movie than waiting for an annoyingly long time to pass the airport formalities.
Mondays are busy travel days for two main reasons. Firstly, those who left for a trip last weekend return on the first day of the week, specifically in the morning. Secondly, many people travel on Mondays for business and work purposes. Unless you don’t have a choice, book your tickets for the next day.
10 p.m is bound to be crowded no matter what day of the week it is. Given the busy lives we live today, we don’t want to waste a second. For this reason, many people have flight bookings at the end of the day. Besides, any delay in the other flights for that day gets piled up and the last one bears the most burden. Opt for traveling during the daytime and it’ll save you a lot of hassle.