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#Fly in The Guardian | ‘Easiest time I’ve ever had’: US airports return to calm after travel ban chaos

#Smart Travel

#Fly in The Guardian | ‘Easiest time I’ve ever had’: US airports return to calm after travel ban chaos

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Dec 2020

On Monday, March 16, 2020, The Guardian wrote that much of COVID-19 induced chaos at US airports from this weekend has settled.

 

The article shares the stories of several individuals that reported their experience at the airport today was normal, unlike the long lines for customs and hours of waiting for bags like travelers experienced over the weekend, and points readers that still intend to travel to tools such as the #Fly Coronavirus Travel Map.

 

“But at John F Kennedy international airport, the new norms for travel – fewer passengers on fewer planes – anticipate what may be a new age of aviation. A US company, #Fly, has introduced a routing map that predicts coronavirus-related travel problems based on information from the Johns Hopkins Covid-19 database.”