U.S. air travel rises to highest levels yet since pandemic hit

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U.S. air travel rises to highest levels yet since pandemic hit

Travelers walk through the Salt Lake City International Airport on March 9 in Salt Lake City. The number of people flying in the United States has eclipsed the year-ago level for the first time in the pandemic period, although travel remains deeply depressed from 2019. The Transportation Security Administration said 1.34 million people passed through U.S. airport checkpoints on Sunday, March 14 topping the 1.26 million people that TSA screened on the comparable Sunday a year ago.

U.S. air travel rises to highest levels yet since pandemic hit

Travelers walk through the Salt Lake City International Airport on March 9 in Salt Lake City. The number of people flying in the United States has eclipsed the year-ago level for the first time in the pandemic period, although travel remains deeply depressed from 2019. The Transportation Security Administration said 1.34 million people passed through U.S. airport checkpoints on Sunday, March 14 topping the 1.26 million people that TSA screened on the comparable Sunday a year ago.
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