Starting Monday, you will be required you to wear a mask on board U.S. airlines.
- JetBlue Airways passengers will be required to wear a face covering, the strictest policy so far in the U.S. and one that follows the New York-based airline’s requirement that flight attendants wear a mask or face covering while on duty.
- American said it will start handing out face masks and sanitizing wipes for passengers next month and require that its roughly 30,000 mainline and regional flight attendants wear masks while on duty.
- Delta said it will require employees to wear masks or face coverings any time it’s impossible to keep a distance of 6 feet between themselves and a customer or another employee, starting on Tuesday. It will reevaluate the policy by June 30.
- United Airlines last week started mandating masks or other face coverings for flight attendants, following similar moves by JetBlue and budget carrier Frontier Airlines.