Planning on flying soon? Here’s what you need to know
March was hot in terms of air travel. In fact, over 1 million people were screened daily during the month of March across the U.S. by TSA. This was the first time airports saw these kinds of numbers since the pandemic and experts say, these numbers aren’t going down any time soon.
Going somewhere for the holidays? Here is your flight travel guide
For example, something as simple as a water bottle or soda can, shampoo and hair product in quantities larger than 3.4 oz. What to bringThe 3.4 oz. Food: If you can spill it, spread it, or drink it - it is likely limited to 3.4 oz. Roadway construction on North Terminal Road will reduce the number of lanes leading to Terminal C arrivals. To avoid curbside pickups, family members or friends can park for free at the Terminal C Garage for the first hour.
All the questions to ask yourself before planning a summer trip -- with answers from the CDC, too
So we’ll go through some of their recommendations, to perhaps anticipate some of your summer travel questions. Travel does increase your chances of getting and spreading COVID-19, the CDC said. If you’re considering cleaning your lodging area, see these guidelines on how to clean and disinfectFollow state and local travel restrictions. For up-to-date information, check the state or local health department where you are, along your route, and at your planned destination. “Also be aware that many local, state, and national public parks have been temporarily closed due to COVID-19.”It’s just one more thing to check on.