At LaGuardia Airport, Eyewitness News found a mixed bag.
James McCall had just about had it as he went to board his flight in Terminal A.
"Traveled about 12 hours on Tuesday and traveling from 7 a.m. to landing in Denver at midnight," he said.
However, it was nothing compared to this day in 2019 when TSA agents across the country screened a record 2.9 million passengers. That was before COVID forced authorities to ground flights at airports all over the world.
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