Traveling has gotten a lot trickier the last few years, so as I’m venturing out of country, I thought I’d pass along some of the most helpful tips I discovered if you plan to fly out of Fayetteville or Raleigh this summer.
As I started doing my homework to see what has changed since COVID-19, I found a lot of useful resources that might help you too.
The biggest change is that you no longer have to have a negative COVID test in most cases. You might be subject to a temperature check, and certainly don’t fly if you have symptoms.
“Daily passenger volumes at TSA checkpoints show that people are traveling again, and TSA is ready for their return. Our airport security checkpoints include 47,500 highly-trained security professionals and new technologies that enhance security and reduce physical contact,” said TSA Administrator David Pekoske in a release about summer travel. “We continue to recruit, retain, train and equip a highly-skilled workforce, and we work continuously with our airport and airline partners to anticipate and prepare for higher traffic patterns.”
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