The Transportation Security Administration reports 318,449 people were screened at its airport security checkpoints across the country Thursday; that’s the highest number in two months. The last time the number of people screened topped 300,000 was March 23.

It’s still 88% fewer travelers screened at TSA checkpoints than the 2.67 million screened on the Thursday before Memorial Day last year, but it’s more than triple the number going through airports a month ago, on April 22, when fewer than 99,000 people went through TSA checkpoints…

Southwest Airlines reported this week that after a torrent of customers canceling travel plans in March and April, new bookings have outpaced cancellations in May. Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and American Airlines also reported increases in customers booking flights and fewer cancellations as they’re beginning to add some flights for the summer months after drastically scaling back their schedules.