ccording to the American Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) report, Delta Air Lines recently announced that it has added 460 people to its no-fly list because passengers refused to comply with the requirement to wear masks during the flight.
According to reports, Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian wrote in a memo sent to employees a few days ago, “The ongoing public health crisis has made us aware of the importance of protection.” “Wearing a mask is One of the simplest and most effective ways, which is why Delta has always required employees and passengers to wear masks.”
Bastian said, “As of this week, we have added 460 people to the no-fly list due to refusing to comply with the requirement to wear masks.” The report said that the company’s no-fly list was usually reserved for terrorists.
Since May, Delta Air Lines requires all passengers to wear suitable masks when boarding an airplane. However, this caused dissatisfaction among very few passengers. The most recent incident occurred on October 24. The flight from Detroit to Las Vegas was delayed for 90 minutes because passengers refused to wear masks.