According to Transport Security (DSA) reports, US airports recorded the highest traffic in a year when the Covit-19 epidemic severely curtailed air travel in the country.
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As of Friday, the U.S. More than 1.35 million passengers were checked at airports, the highest number since 1.5 million people traveled from March 15, 2020.
However, this represents only half of the regular volume for this period.
The previous highest level since the crisis began was recorded on January 3, with nearly 1.33 million passengers.
The number of people who flew to the United States or a plane on March 17, 2020 was less than one million, and only seven months later it crossed on October 18.
Traffic plummeted, registering 87,534 passengers on April 14th.
Many vaccinated Americans are now returning to air travel. In the United States, 68.9 million people received at least one dose, and 36.9 million were fully vaccinated, or 11.1% of the country’s population, according to data released Saturday by the U.S. Centers for Prevention and Disease Control (CDC), the nation’s leading federal public health agency. Company.