Those who travel for work make up around 10% of airline passengers, but they account for between half and three-quarters of revenue.
It’s a rebound from April, when the TSA was screening less than 100,000 people on some days.
The downturn in air travel has slashed airport revenue, with fees plummeting for landings, passenger use and parking.
There’s been some recovery in passenger numbers since the peak of the COVID-19 lockdowns, but not much.
COVID-19 could change airports and the experience onboard planes as much as 9/11 did, according to some experts.
Loading up passenger planes with cargo is not an easy thing to do, physically or economically. But it's happening.
Now they want their institutions to lend some support.
Wherever you buy tickets, you're likely to be asked if you want to protect your purchase.