US airlines prepare for record Labor Day traffic

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The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) plans to control approximately 14 million passengers During the Labor Day holiday, labor Day in the United States celebrated every September 1, exceeding 2022 volumes by 11%.

According to Airlines for America (A4A), which represents the major US airlines, passenger volume has returned to approximately 80% pre-pandemic levels, thanks to strong domestic demand and leisure travel. A4A expects U.S. airlines to carry on average 2.2 million passengers per day during Labor Day, which runs from September 2 to 7.

To meet increased demand, U.S. airlines have added more flights and routes, restored more planes from storage, and hired more staff. Some airlines also offered incentives and bonuses to their employees to ensure operations run smoothly and avoid disruptions. However, US airlines still face some challenges, such as labor shortagethe problems offuel supply and weather events.

Labor Day weekend marks the unofficial end of the U.S. summer travel season, which has been one of the most successful for the airline industry. U.S. airlines hope to maintain momentum through the fall and winter as they look forward to the resumption of business travel And international.

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