NEW YORK – Travel time in the United States will boost U.S. airline traffic with COVID recovery by early 2022 according to a new report from research firm Oliver Wyman. “A year ago, we would have thought that a full home recovery at this time for the US would be impossible, but the combination of this passion, program encouragement, and access to vaccines makes a difference,” said Tom Stalnaker. said Oliver Wyman, a member and co-founder of the global airline. “We are still a long way from a complete recovery for a full-fledged industry, but we expect some airlines to start making real money in a few months, especially in the US.” Great vaccinations and economic growth by the $ 1.9 trillion U.S. Rescue Program are two reasons for the increase in home vacation travel in the US. These two factors are also common during the spring season across many states, leading to a number of results. Consumers are also expecting a summer trip, with Oliver Wyman’s Pandemic Navigator now forecasting the US will arrive for a hurricane from mid-March to early July – three to six weeks ahead of previous forecasts. Additional findings: By mid-March, US travel is expected to rise by more than 50 percent of the 2019 level, which is the highest and most supportive since the onset of the disease.