Airports across the country are filling-up once again as travelers head out for the holidays. Kyle Potter executive editor of Minneapolis-based ThriftyTraveler.com. says airports have seen over a million passengers each of the last three days. Minnesota doesn’t have any restrictions for people traveling in-or-out of our state, but if you are planning to fly to another part of the country it’s best to do your research before you leave:

“Be it quarantines mandatory or recommended. There are a handful of states including Alaska and Hawaii particular that have mandatory testing requirements so you need to take a test no more than 72-hours before you depart.”

Meanwhile, the federal relief bill that’s on its way to President Trump’s desk includes another $15 billion for the airline industry. Potter says the money is tailored toward bringing 30,000 workers back to their jobs through March.