Latest update on TSA 2020 passenger count:
Yesterday, October 1st, there were 855,908 travelers. That is still drastically higher than during the shutdown between March-May. The trend for passengers traveling in the month of September is still showing a positive trend for the year. While it is still well below last year’s numbers, the trend is showing a slow but steady recovery.
The month of August saw an increase of 4.6% in travelers from the previous month. September saw a 1%(200,000 passengers less) down from the month prior.
Latest update on TSA 2020 Passenger Count:
The TSA Total Traveler Throughput as of September 4th, 2020 was 968,673 compare to 2,198,828 a year ago. That is 44% of last year’s number. This is in one small step, a positive news for many of the airlines’ employees who are expected to be furloughed starting October 1st. The airlines have ramping up their defense against COVID19 through their existing hospital grade HEPA filter, specialized cleaning every seat prior to boarding, mask mandate, providing sanitizing supplies to passengers as they board the airplane etc.
On August 16th, we saw the highest passenger count since the shutdown due to the pandemic. 862,949 is about 33.3% of last year’s number. Will we see 1 million at some point this year? Time will tell. You can access directly at the source of this update here.
Reference our previous updates below:
Here is our latest update on the TSA 2020 Passenger Count:
The TSA Total Traveler Throughput on August 6th, 2020 is 743,599. While airlines are awaiting the CARES Act extension, they are planning for furloughs of hundreds of thousands of employees starting October 1st.
You can reference below for regular updates on TSA traveler count.
The TSA Total Traveler Throughput on August 2nd, 2020 is 799,861. This is by far the biggest number since the shutdown back in April. It is 29% of the previous year and a 4% jump from July 2nd, 2020. As you can see in the graph, the passenger count continues to go up steadily. You can access directly to TSA numbers, here.
Here is the passenger count ending the week of July 16th, 2020. The number is steadily going up. It still shows a positive trend.