Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida has thus far resisted calls for heavier restrictions in the state, and part of his argument for not going further appears to be that stay-at-home orders elsewhere have had unintended consequences (with perhaps an implication that those consequences have been bad for Florida):
"In New York (City), when they did the stay-at-home order, what did people do? A lot of people fled the city and they are going to stay with their parents or fly (out) [...] We are getting huge amounts of people flying in. We are looking at how to address those flights."
(See, e.g., https://miami.cbslocal.com/2020/03/23/coronavirus-florida-governor-ron-desantis-wants-to-avoid-statewide-shutdown/; searching for phrases from the quote should turn up other confirmations)
This feels (through my admittedly somewhat biased lens) at least a little like an attempt to blame 'big city liberals'; my question is, is the governor's claim here backed up by any tangible evidence? Has there been any evidence of an increase in NY-Florida travel, or even a relative flatness compared to declines in travel elsewhere?