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After weeks of lockdown, some Americans are showing the first signs of readiness to travel again. Airplanes -- the few still flying -- are growing slightly fuller, according to industry data, and the rate of people screened at airport security checkpoints has trended upwards nearly every day for the last two weeks. But the travel world is still bracing for an extended rough patch due to the coronavirus pandemic.
David Calhoun, Boeing's president and CEO, told investors on Wednesday that a "full recovery will take years, not months." American Airlines CEO Doug Parker on Wednesday warned not to expect a major increase in flying as the summer begins, and that the "recovery will be slow and demand for air travel will be suppressed for quite some time."
Like the tenuous steps states are taking to re-open their economies, experts are predicting travel will make a gradual comeback. "We believe that travel will return but it will come back in phases," said Erika Richter of the American Society of Travel Advisors. The first to resume traveling, she said, may be luxury travelers more insulated from the economic downturn.
"Everyone is going to have a different health profile, everyone is going to have a different level of risk tolerance, everyone is going to have different financial situations," Richter told CNN. Airline industry data shows marginally more passengers are boarding planes.
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