The organisation has seen screening numbers rise over the last month, with some airports recording pre-pandemic figures
Last Sunday (June 27), the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screened over two million people through US security airport checkpoints – the highest number since the beginning of the pandemic.
Currently, a selection of airports across the US are experiencing pre-pandemic passenger levels, with some already exceeding 2019 volumes, including Nashville International and Myrtle Beach.
Orlando, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood and Phoenix Sky Harbour are coming up close to reaching pre-coronavirus numbers.
The organisation expects this to increase over the weekend due to the fourth of July holiday.
Face masks are still mandatory on any public transport around the states.