Now Playing loading...

JetBlue Becomes The First Airline To Require Passengers To Wear Masks


JetBlue has taken a step toward coronavirus protection while flying. The airline is the first in the United States to require passengers to wear masks while on board. Starting on May 4th, passengers must wear a mask to cover their face and nose during checking, boarding, flying, and deplaning. Since late March, JetBlue has reduced capacity on flights so passengers and crew could spread out. JetBlue’s flight attendants have been wearing face coverings as well.

When do you think other airlines will follow JetBlue?

Comments are closed.