Fluctuations of Passenger Travel and Air Cargo at TYS During COVID-19
As aircraft return to the skies, McGhee Tyson Airport is beginning to see slow but positive increases in passenger traffic and air cargo operations. In this episode, we are joined by Jim Evans, the MKAA’s Vice President of Marketing & Air Service Development, who is closely monitoring even the slightest changes in aviation. In addition, listeners will learn about what TYS is doing to provide a safe airport travel environment.
Guests in this Episode
In this episode, we are joined by Jim Evans, Vice President of Marketing and Air Service Development. He has been with the Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority (MKAA) for 13 years and has been in the aviation industry for more than 40 years.
Mentioned in this Episode
- Previous Podcast Episode: Special Edition: COVID-19- The Pandemic’s Impact on TYS and the Aviation Industry
- Allegiant Air launches NEW nonstop flights to:
- Allegiant Air resumes seasonal service to:
- FlyKnoxville.com: COVID-19 Update
- “Frontier Airlines to Implement Airport Temperature Screenings EffectiveJune 1”
- FedEx and UPS handled 6,665,621 pounds of cargo at TYS in March 2020
- Flyknoxville.com – Statistics
- “Airlines Struggle to Balance Scheduling Fewer Flights With More Travelers Seeking Social Distance”
- “The Airline Business Is Terrible. It Will Probably Get Even Worse.”
- Consolidated March 2020 Statistics: