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U.S. screened 2.45 million air passengers Friday, highest since early 2020

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TSA screened 2.45 million air passengers on Friday, the highest daily number since February 2020. The number was the highest since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The high traffic was despite weather and staffing issues resulting in travel disruptions. On Friday, U.S. airlines canceled 711 flights and delayed more than 6,000.
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U.S. screened 2.45 million air passengers Friday, highest since early 2020

The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screened 2.45 million air passengers on Friday, the highest daily number since February 2020.

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U.S. screened 2.45 million air passengers Friday, highest since early 2020

The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screened 2.45 million air passengers on Friday, the highest daily number since February 2020. Read More

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U.S. screened 2.45 million air passengers Friday, highest since early 2020

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U.S. Air-Passenger Screenings Highest Since Early 2020 Despite Flight Cancellation Saga

The U.S. Transportation Security Administration screened 2.45 million air passengers on Friday, the highest daily number since February 2020.

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US screened 2.45 million air passengers Friday, highest since early 2020

The USTransportation Security Administration (TSA) screened 2.45 million air passengers on Friday, the highest daily number since February 2020. Th...

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