Traveling this summer? Expect long lines, maybe avoid Florida

Passengers wait to board their flights at San Francisco International Airport, May 23, 2022. “The [COVID] vaccines came, variants of the virus became less deadly. And what we see now is that people want to travel … everywhere,” says Laurie Garrow, who studies the airline industry. She notes that people particularly want to go to leisure destinations like Florida and Europe. Photo by Amy Ta.

The airline industry is seeing a whiplash in demand following COVID, says Laurie Garrow, who studies air mobility at Georgia Tech. She offers advice for traveling during peak summer. 

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