After 216 days, the number of security check in the United States broke one million for the first time! Aviation stocks rebounded against the market

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 After 216 days, the number of security check in the United States broke one million for the first time! Aviation stocks rebounded against the market


Civil aviation resources network, Oct. 20, 2020: according to CNBC, the number of US airport security checkpoints exceeded 1 million for the first time since mid March, and US airlines stocks rebounded against the market on Monday. Although the epidemic has not subsided in the United States, more and more passengers feel safe and at ease about flying.

A total of 1.03 million people were screened on Sunday, the highest level since March 16, although still 60% less than in the same period last year, the transportation safety administration said. About 2.6 million people passed TSA airport security in the same period last year.

U.S. airports have seen steady growth in passenger traffic since the number of security checks hit the lowest in mid April, with only about 3% of last years passenger flow (less than 100000 passengers per day). On June 11, the number of airport security checkpoints in the United States exceeded 500000 for the first time. On August 9, more than 800000 passengers passed airport security for the first time in a single day in the United States.

Delta and United executives optimistically pointed out the encouraging upward trend in passenger bookings last week, but also said it could take years to fully recover to pre pandemic levels, especially once lucrative business travel.

Both Airlines made huge losses in the third quarter. American Airlines and southwest airlines are due to report earnings before the opening of trading on Thursday.

United shares rose 3.9% on Monday, while delta rose 0.1% slightly. American Airlines and Southwest Airlines rose 0.8% and 0.4% respectively.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }Source of this article: Cui Yuwei, editor in charge of Civil Aviation Resource Network_ NBJS11349