More than 300 million people flew in 2020.
Although about half of those travelers flew during the first three months of the year before the coronavirus pandemic set in.
It’s a 61% drop from 2019 but still, it’s a good chunk of people considering months of public health guidance to not travel.
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The new tally comes on the heels of a pandemic air travel record set on Sunday.
On that day alone, more than 1.3 million people passed through TSA checkpoints at airports across the country.