As the pandemic continues to recede, Americans are eager to make up for lost time and travel during the spring break 2023 season.
- March 23, 2023
I don’t love hearing that travel is getting expensive again, but I didn’t love 2020 either.
As the pandemic continues to recede, Americans are eager to make up for lost time and travel during the spring break 2023 season. As someone currently residing in the newfound destination of Seattle, California, where it rains sideways every day all day, I am eager to hop on a flight to a warm, dry island, too.
The travel industry is expecting a surge in demand this year that’s not looking good for our bank accounts but is great for reminding us that the pandemic is in the rearview. More than 158 million passengers are predicted to travel, surpassing the pre-pandemic levels of 2019, according to Airlines for America. Meanwhile, TSA estimates the upcoming spring break season may even exceed pre-pandemic travel volumes.
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The increase in travel means that airports will be busier, security lines longer, and planes fuller than in previous years. TSA is preparing for a rush of travelers and recommends that passengers arrive early, especially if they need to check a bag. That makes me wonder: for my three-week trip to Europe next month, can I possibly fit everything in a carry-on?!
While you may not be able to control the anticipated airport dramas this spring, you can at least take advantage of flight deals. Here’s what’s promising:
- Fly roundtrip from Denver to Cabo this April for $275
- Fly roundtrip from New York to St. Thomas this April for $298
- Fly roundtrip from Los Angeles to The Bahamas this April for $399
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