The TSA says it’s ready for an air travel boom over Thanksgiving.
Officials expect the number of air travelers to match pre-pandemic 2019 levels – when a record 26 million people passed through airport security over an 11-day period.
The number of airline passengers traveling for Thanksgiving this year is expected to rebound to pre-coronavirus pandemic levels, but the Transportation Security Administration says it is ready to handle the surge. https://t.co/N4okJ7o4Er
— ABC News (@ABC) November 17, 2021
TSA administrator David Pekoske told Good Morning America that airline staffing should be sufficient despite vaccine mandates – but says he’s worried about unruly passengers on airplanes.
Are you planning to fly over Thanksgiving? Have you witnessed any ‘unruly’ behavior firsthand?