Will traveling for vacation be possible this fall amid the COVID-19 pandemic? That’s the question some people have, especially for families that like to get away during the MEA break in October. Kyle Potter editor for the website ThriftyTravler.com says travel will be possible but a lot has changed, especially because airlines have cut the number of flights dramatically.

“No matter where you’re looking to go where you might have had a handful of different flight options every day. Early morning, mid-morning, a few throughout the afternoon and evening. Now that’s down to one-or-two flights a day noo matter where you are looking to go. In some cases, you might need to make a connection.”


Potter says, if you do book a flight now, odds are it’s going to change before you leave so you need to be flexible. And, he reminds you once you’re on the plane masks are mandatory on all flights.