The giants of aviation hold the duty of unifying on the mask – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – The airline industry formed a united front on Wednesday and called on President Joe Biden to end federal requirements for in-flight mask regulation.

The 10 CEOs made their position clear in a signed letter. The letter to Biden urges him to end pre-departure COVID testing and mask regulations on ships.

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And some travelers agree with them.

“It’s very difficult to breathe in these masks,” said Crystal Price, who was traveling from Texas on Wednesday.

“I think they need to go, we take them away when we eat and drink anyway, so I believe they should go,” Price said.

But not everyone agreed among the passengers at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport on Wednesday.

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“We’re still in the middle of a pandemic, I feel it’s in the best interest to protect others and still wear them,” said a woman named Nicole while traveling from Atlanta.

10 Executives from passenger airlines including Southwest, Delta and JetBlue along with cargo airlines such as Fed-Ex and Atlas Air, have requested this action against travelers and also their employees, who must enforce this quote, “the regulations are now out of date,” alphabetically.

Nicole said during the flight from Atlanta to Baltimore, the flight attendants had to remind a few people to put on masks.

This letter comes amid concerns that another spike in COVID-19 cases may be imminent as officials closely monitor the spread of the new variant BA.2.

“You can be almost certain that you will see an increase. . . The real question is to what extent it will increase and we’ll just have to wait and see,” Dr Anthony Fauci said on CNN on Tuesday.


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The federal in-flight mask regulation also extends to all travel hubs, including BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, based on CDC recommendations. The assignment was extended until April 18. The giants of aviation hold the duty of unifying on the mask – CBS Baltimore

Jake Nichol

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