MIAMI – San Francisco International Airport (SFO) has recorded a 75% plunge in passenger traffic during the weekend before Thanksgiving. According to SFO Duty Manager Russell Mackey, the downtrend is still the “busiest time period” since the pandemic began, with 615 scheduled flights per day due to the upcoming holiday.
In addition, the Transportation Security Administration reported last Friday more than 1 million passengers passing through US airport security screening. The numbers show the second-highest figure since mid-March.
ABC7 News reported that less than 60,000 people passed through SFO’s checkpoints from this Friday through Sunday. This represents a drop of 240,000 travelers compared to read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”