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Holiday Air Travel Expected To Be COVID Unfriendly

November is usually the start of the year’s busiest travel season, but this year is far from average.

November and December are usually the busiest months of the year for air travel, but there is still concern about getting on a plane with coronavirus. With the Texas-based Association of Professional Flight Attendants, Paul Hartshorn says they have done everything they can to keep flyers safe, starting with a mask. But he says there are fewer airplanes in service, so if you plan of flying to see family this holiday season, except that the jet will be full.