Businesses across different fields have all been directly effected by the COVID-19 pandemic. In a recent story by the Times Union airfare prices have hit an historic low in the Capital Region. According to the report,

The average fare in the second quarter was-April, May and June was just $256 according to the U.S. Department of Transportation, Nationally the average fare was $259. The fares, adjusted for inflation, are the lowest in records going back to 1995.

The question remains if these numbers will continue to stay at this pace for the future. In the next few months, travel is likely to increase through Albany with holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's. Find out by continuing to follow 104.5 The Team with updates on how 2020's holiday travel restrictions and prices will be effecting you in the Capital Region.

Have you recently flown out of Albany? Was it the lowest you have ever paid for a flight? If you haven't flown on an airplane since the pandemic, when do you believe you will feel comfortable to do it in the future? You can share your answers with us by downloading the FREE 104.5 The Team and leaving a message there.

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This holiday season you may be traveling via a car instead of a plane. Find out how gas prices have changed since you were born with this list below