As the US economy continues to take small steps towards reopening, wandering must go high for those whose travel plans are falling apart by a pandemic.
The good news is that domestic travel is on the rise, with domestic flights carrying an average of 47 passengers each weekend, up from 17 at the start of last month.
In addition, although still far below the usual range, the number of travelers passing through airport security checkpoints has nearly doubled over the past month, according to TSA.
“777-300 is 100% full except for the last 3-4 lines provided to isolate passengers who have a fever in flight.”
International travel is a different story because most governments still suggest that “unimportant” movements between countries. And even when restrictions are relaxed and the numbers start to increase, actual experience promises to be far from normal.
As it is now, overseas travel is a very tiring effort, especially when it comes to flying from the US to China, if this Twitter
threads are indicative:
Yes, that’s 20 hours and a total of $ 6,300, for a one-way trip to Beijing. Not exactly interesting.
After all, it might not be a longer choice. The US plans to block Chinese airlines from passengers who fly in and out of the country on June 16, saying China has failed to approve US airlines from carrying out passenger services to China, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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