3 U.S. airlines will let some mask violators return to their flights
Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and American Airlines said that they would allow some passengers who were banned from their flights due to mask violations to board their planes again on a case-by-case basis, CNN reports.
Details: Despite the restoration of flight privileges for many, customers who remain on Delta and American's permanent no-fly list will stay there.
- These include people whose incidents with mask violations escalated into assault.
- United said in a statement to CNN that it would also allow some customers to return after "ensuring their commitment to follow all crewmember instructions on board."
The big picture: The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has recorded 1,233 reports of unruly airline passengers as of this past Tuesday. These included 797 mask-related incidents.