TSA airport checkpoint numbers show the number of airline passengers fell below 200,000 Friday and Saturday because of the coronavirus pandemic.       

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  • New rules for post-coronavirus air travel are announced
    New rules released by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Europe's air safety body to reduce Covid-19 spread risk would dramatically change the way people travel by air.
    05/21/2020 - 3:03 pm | View Link
  • Airport Almost Completely Devoid Of Passengers In April Due To Covid-19
    By Kiley Russell Foundation Oakland International Airport on Thursday reported a nearly 100 percent drop in passenger volumes as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic. With much of the country ...
    05/21/2020 - 12:15 pm | View Link
  • Oakland International Airport almost completely devoid of passengers in April due to coronavirus pandemic
    With much of the country still under strict or modified shelter-in-place orders since the middle of March, the airport reported that the number of people flying into or out of Oakland dropped 96 ...
    05/21/2020 - 10:34 am | View Link
  • How flying could change for the better after coronavirus
    IATA hopes that the new face of aviation may bring some improvements ...
    05/19/2020 - 8:52 pm | View Link
  • Regional Express passengers to wear mandatory face masks as airline steps up fight against coronavirus
    ALL passengers flying with Regional Express (Rex) will soon have to wear face masks after the airline mandated the extra layer of protection in its fight against the spread of the coronavirus. The ...
    05/19/2020 - 9:11 am | View Link
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