How To Get On Delta’s “No Fly List” In One Easy Step
With more states, cities and businesses adopting mask requirements, you'd think everyone would be getting the message. CDC says masks are the best way to keep the COVID-19 virus from spreading.
COVID-19 is not a hoax and it's not going away November 4th. It's here to stay for awhile. The longer we fight the mask mandates and CDC guidelines, the longer it's going to hang around.
Well, Delta issued a mask mandate to fly on their airline awhile back and it appears they are not fooling around. So far, over 400 people have been added to Delta's "No Fly List" for refusing to wear a mask on their flights.
As of this week, we've added 460 people to our no-fly list for refusing to comply with our mask requirement - Ed Bastian, Delta Airlines CEO
Delta's mask mandate has been in effect since June and it appears they are not messing around. Those that do not follow the mask rule on flights will be put on Delta's no fly list and not allowed to travel on Delta.
The first week of May all the major airlines mandated that all passengers and employees are required by the mandate to wear masks on flights and in the terminal. The airlines were forced to do this on their own due to the Federal Government not issuing any guidelines.
If, by chance, you are put on Delta's "No Fly List" doesn't mean you can't fly other airlines. Delta isn't sharing passenger information with other airlines. According to the CDC, travel "increases your chances of getting and spreading" COVID-19.
The CDC "strongly recommends appropriate masks be worn by all passengers and by all personnel operating the conveyance while on public conveyances".
Be safe and considerate to others and just wear the mask. No big deal, right?