San Jose airport soars to coronavirus era passenger milestone

SAN JOSE — San Jose International Airport soared to a milestone for the coronavirus era: The Silicon Valley aviation hub handled at least one million passengers in a single month since the outbreak of the deadly bug.

Slightly more than 1 million passengers flew through San Jose airport in May, city aviation officials said.

“Crossing the one million mark, though still short of the record numbers we saw just prior to the pandemic, puts San Jose International Airport back in the range of monthly activity that we saw as recently as 2018,” said John Aitken, the city’s director of aviation.

The 1,009,023 passengers that flew through San Jose airport in

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