Airlines See Spring Rebound In Travelers As COVID-19 Vaccines Help Quell Fears
The Transportation Security Administration has reported more than a million travelers passing airport checkpoints across the U.S. for each of the past six days.
As coronavirus vaccines roll out and infection rates fall, travelers are making plans for spring break and the summer. But can the beleaguered airlines sustain this growth into a comeback?
Host Peter O’Dowd speaks with Seth Kaplan, Here & Now‘s transportation analyst, about the promising data.
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