BTR’s Thanksgiving numbers top last year’s but still down from 2019

The Baton Rouge Metro Airport. (Collin Ritchie)

Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport officials expect to serve about 50% more people this Thanksgiving week than during last year’s while still falling short of 2019, the last pre-pandemic year, by about 20%-30%, says Jim Caldwell, marketing and air service development manager at the airport. 


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