Masks Are Now Optional on These Airlines After Biden Mandate Struck Down

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Following a federal judge’s order that rescinded the federal government’s mask mandate for travel, a significant number of companies moved quickly Monday to do away with the requirement.

Major U.S. carriers such as American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, Alaska Airlines, JetBlue, Frontier Airlines, and Spirit Airlines announced they would not require masks on airplanes as of Monday.

American Airlines said that customers or employees won’t be mandated to wear face coverings on planes or at U.S. terminals.

“In keeping with our commitment to creating a welcoming environment for everyone who travels with us, customers and team members may choose to continue to wear masks at their own discretion,” the airline wrote in a statement after the court order.

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