Delta is not joking around with their mask policy. To date, more than 400 people has been added to the 'No Fly List' with Delta for not wearing 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

Back in June, Delta announced that they would be actively banning those who do not follow the airlines Mask Policy and they have kept their word. So far, 460 people have been bared from flying with Delta. According to CNN, Delta banned 270 since the beginning of the pandemic. On May 4th, all major airlines mandated that all passengers and employees are required to wear mask on in the terminals and on flights in the absence of any new regulations from the Federal Government.

Although someone could be banned from flying with Delta, that does not mean that they are not allowed to fly with another airline. Delta is not sharing any information with other airlines about the passengers banned on their no fly list. 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".

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