This is how much air travel New England airports saw over Christmas

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Six major New England airports saw fewer passengers over the Christmas weekend than the previous weekend.

TSA New England will operate on Monday at Burlington International Airport, Bradley International Airport, Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, Boston Logan International Airport, Portland International Jetport and Rhode Island TF Green International Airport from December 23-25. It reported that it had collectively tested 182,820 passengers.

That’s 39,215 fewer passengers than the number TSA New England said it tested last weekend.

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On Thursday, December 22, 82,205 passengers were tested at six major New England airports, an increase of 2,690 from the previous week.

On Wednesday, December 21, 81,530 people were screened, an increase of 15,710 from the previous week. And he was screened by 75,065 on Tuesday, Dec. 20, up 19,115 from the previous week.

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TSA New England said Friday, Dec. 30, will be a busy travel day. TSA New England spokesman Dan Velez said: Tips from USA TODAY to help passengers survive the “last stretch of New Year’s Eve travel.”

This includes not packing prohibited items such as oversized liquids, gels, aerosols or weapons. USA TODAY also advised the traveler to make sure he’s on the correct TSA line, including pre-checks, and be prepared to show identification such as a driver’s license or passport.

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