The early stages of the coronavirus pandemic were painful for airports and the greater travel industry. But as the country adapts to the “new normal” and finds paths to return to business, the travel industry is recovering. Travel spending improved to 9% below 2019 levels in September, and two-thirds of business travel suppliers and planners reported their companies allow non-essential domestic business travel, according to data published last week by the US Travel Association. And as the travel industry recovers, airports nationwide are returning to major construction projects.

Read More on Smart Brief