Americans reportedly plan to travel in big numbers this holiday season, setting new records in Southern California and the state at large.
But the hottest Christmas destinations are in the Sunshine State, not the Golden State.
Orlando beat out New York and Chicago as the top Christmas destinations among travelers using the travel website Kayak.com.
And, compared with last year, Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Orlando had the biggest increases in searches for Christmas travel, according to the website.
For New Year's Eve travel, Orlando came in third, behind New York and Las Vegas.
The biggest increases in airfares compared with last year were for flights to Miami (12.6%), Phoenix (10.3%) and Orlando (10.3%), according to the website.
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The Automobile Club of Southern California predicted that 11.7 million Californians will travel at least 50 miles for the holiday season, with 7.3 million coming from Southern California. Both numbers represent a 1.8% increase over last year and a new record.