Air travel in the US, which took its biggest dive since World War Two at the beginning of the pandemic, is gathering steam.
The number of passengers passing through Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoints every day dropped from 2.3 million on Mar. 1 to a low of 87,500 on Apr. 14, according to TSA data. But on Jan. 3, daily flyers had surged to 1.3 million, the highest level since Mar. 14.
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