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Expect sky-high prices as air travel picks up

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Passengers pass through the security checkpoint at Denver International Airport on October 22, 2021.

Many more Coloradans will fly this holiday season than in 2020 -- in part because people feel much more secure since the COVID-19 vaccine became available -- and because a lot of people are tired of staying at home. We speak with Mike Boyd, President of the Evergreen-based aviation consulting firm Boyd Group International about why the cost is rising rapidly and whether to expect more cancellations like the recent ones by Southwest and American.