FAA was supposed to relax masks rules today, so did it?
Stimulus bill allowing airline industry to ‘get through’ pandemic: Flight Attendants Association president
Flight Attendants Association president Sara Nelson discusses her outlook for the airline industry amid the coronavirus pandemic and vaccine rollout.
The Federal Aviation Administration was supposed to ease its “zero tolerance” policy against disruptive behaviors on flights. But the agency extended the policy earlier this month.
FAA Administrator Steve Dickson said he made the decision because of the lingering COVID-19 pandemic and the number of cases.