FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) -- Thanksgiving time is usually one of the most traveled holidays, but it looks a little different this year.
Travelers at the Fort Wayne International Airport talked about traveling during the coronavirus pandemic.
"I miss family and I need to see them," Cindy Cole said.
Pandemic or not, Cole said she's going to see her grandchildren.
"I got three granddaughters in Atlanta. They're not coming home for Christmas. I'm taking Christmas to them. Then I won't see them until spring," she explained.
Cole and her husband are traveling with the essentials such as masks, hand sanitizer and making sure they're social distancing.
Fort Wayne traveler Laura Lancia and her family arrived at the airport shortly after with the same things, not sure what to expect as far as the holiday crowd.
Lancia said she had traveled already during the year with no problems.
Director of Operations and Facilities at FWA Joe Marana said October was extremely successful for them and the amount of people coming in this month matches what they were expecting.
There will be a percentage of how successful they were by the end of the month regarding traveling.