CHEEKTOWAGA, NY (WKBW) – Many Americans feel the urge to travel after nearly a year at home. “I feel very safe,” said Dawn Schoenhals, who flew from Buffalo on Wednesday. Many have similar stories. Some visit relatives after a long period of separation, others fly out of state for work, and some just need a vacation. “We have heard very positive reviews from our travelers,” said Helen Tederous, spokesperson for Tederous says air travel to Buffalo saw a slight increase during President’s Week, when many students were on vacation, but that Buffalo Niagara International Airport is not expected to see an increase in spring break travelers like others In Buffalo, air travel is still down 80% from what it is usually, according to the NFTA. Experts say that won’t change until the border between the United States and Canada is opened again. According to Tederous, about 30% of all travelers leaving Buffalo Niagara International Airport come from Canada. The first to be hit in times of crisis, but always the first to bounce back, ”said John Percy of Niagara Falls USA. Percy says even though air travel is down, he expects visitors to increase. in Niagara County due to proximity to many areas. By vehicle, Percy says the first ray of hope came on President’s Weekend and Valentine’s Day weekend. “Our hotels were 75% occupied,” he said. “We expect a 60-70% return of 2019 numbers,” he said. New York’s travel quarantine rules are still in effect. If you are out of state for more than 24 hours, you are required to quarantine yourself for 10 days, unless you test out of quarantine within three days. .
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