- Delta has banned 270 passengers total, making it the strictest of the bunch.
Here’s a breakdown of the airlines included in the reports:
- United Airlines — 150.
- Spirit Airlines — 128.
- Frontier Airlines — 106.
- Hawaiian Airlines — 6.
- Alaska Airlines — 78, plus 92 warnings or “yellow cards” to passengers.
- American Airlines and Southwest Airlines did not reveal their numbers.
- “The use of face masks remains a top priority for reducing the spread of the virus. That’s why masks are required for employees and our customers,” Delta CEO Ed Bastian told employees Thursday in an internal memo, per CBS News. “To date, we’ve added 270 passengers to our no-fly list for refusing to comply with that requirement on our planes.”