Orlando International Airport officials said the 4th of July holiday is expected to be busy as travelers visit for the weekend.
Officials said they are expecting to see an 8% increase in travelers during the 4 day weekend, meaning approximately 435,000 passengers will be coming through the airport.
The second busiest day of the weekend is expected to be Sunday, July 5 with around 112,000 travelers coming through the airport.
Officials are asking passengers not to travel with fireworks as they are not allowed in carry-on or checked baggage.
Travelers are advised to arrive early and allow extra time for parking as garages may fill up quickly, officials said.