Since it put a mandatory mask policy in place, Delta Airlines has banned 240 people from flying because they refused to comply, the company’s CEO has revealed.
In a memo issued Thursday, Delta chief Ed Bastian encouraged flight attendants to continue being vigilant about enforcing the policy, noting, “Although rare, we continue to put passengers who refuse to follow the required face-covering rules on our no-fly list. As we all work toward the recovery, it’s vital that we continue to stay focused on the drive to provide the safest, cleanest airports, aircraft, and workspaces possible.”
"Although rare, we continue to put passengers who refuse to follow the required face-covering rules on our no-fly list," says Delta CEO Ed Bastian in an internal memo to employees shared with CNN.https://t.co/H02il6bRd3
— CNN (@CNN) August 27, 2020
Delta recently extended its 60 percent cabin capacity policy — which was originally set to expire next month — through January 2021.
Regardless of whatever measures airlines are taking, is it a good idea to fly right now? Once the pandemic is over, do you think it will take a while for people to get used to flying again?
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