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American Airlines may deny you future travel if you ignore its face covering rules

Passengers might be denied to travel if they refuse to wear a face covering while on board their planes, the airline said in a press release this week. The policy went into effect Tuesday, according to the company. American said that like other U.S. airlines, it already has a face covering requirement in place for passengers, and this new requirement strengthens existing measures.

Source: The Charlotte Observer

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