Delta Air Lines has banned 460 anti-masks


“As of this week, we’ve added 460 people to our no-fly list for refusing to comply with our mask requirement,” Delta CEO Ed Bastian said in a message to employees.In August, the airline said it had banned around 270 passengers since the start of the pandemic. Delta (OF) began requiring passengers to wear masks on flights on May 4. All major airlines are now requiring passengers to wear masks in the absence of any new federal government regulations.

In June, airlines agreed to ban passengers from future flights for refusing to wear masks. But airlines do not share information about passengers they have banned. So, for example, a passenger banned from Delta can still book a flight on American (AAL) and vice versa.

Airlines have championed austerity policy as important to protect the health and safety of passengers and crew.

Earlier this month, the CDC said in new guidelines that travel “increases your chances of catching and spreading” the coronavirus. “The CDC strongly recommends that appropriate masks be worn by all passengers and by all personnel operating the conveyance on public means of transport,” said the guide.


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