FARGO — The second spring break season of the COVID-19 pandemic is approaching, and it's giving many the itch to travel.
Officials at Hector International Airport say March is expected to be the busiest month since the pandemic began.
Travel experts told WDAY News that, thanks to the vaccine and knowing more about the coronavirus, many travelers feel more comfortable hopping on a flight this spring break.
Cindy Tyo, the owner of local travel company Travel Travel, said staying up-to-date on the guidelines and restrictions of a travel destination is important, as they can quickly change.
"I think it's very personal for each person," Tyo said. "Are there places you can go? Are there things you can do? There is, and we are booking people and people are going."
Travel Travel said some of the most popular destinations right now are Florida and the Caribbean.