BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Logan Airport was busy on Monday morning with travelers flying in and out of Massachusetts following the Christmas holiday period.
On Monday, Logan had one of its busiest days since the start of the pandemic. The Transportation Security Administration said Sunday was the highest checkpoint throughput since the start of the pandemic.
The rise in Covid-19 cases across the country was not enough to stop people from meeting up with friends and family this Christmas.
Pam came from Grand Rapids, Michigan to visit her children and grandchildren in the Boston area. "I feel fine, you know you just take care and hope for the best, but everyone has the system down pretty well," Pam said.
Pam feels comfortable traveling just like one couple who said they were flying to St. Thomas for vacation.
The couple said ticket prices were too good right now to pass up the opportunity for a vacation.
TSA said well over a million people traveled through airport checkpoints on Sunday which is the highest count since the pandemic hit.
Currently, Hawaii is the only state on Massachusett's list of lower-risk states.
WBZ NewsRadio's James Rojas (@JamesRojasWBZ) reports