American, United Airlines Enforcing Coronavirus Face Covering Policies Starting June 18

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passengers who do not wear a face covering will be placed on an internal travel restriction list

U.S. airlines are upping their enforcement of face-covering policies, and in some cases say passengers who refuse to comply might not be allowed to fly or could have their flying privileges temporarily revoked. (FOX image)

(FOX NEWS) – U.S. airlines are upping their enforcement of face-covering policies, and in some cases say passengers who refuse to comply might not be allowed to fly or could have their flying privileges temporarily revoked.

American and United had already begun requiring passengers and flight attendants to wear face coverings while onboard aircraft to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.

American said it already enforces the policy at the gate and “will deny boarding to customers who don’t comply.” However, effective immediately, the airline “may also deny future travel for customers who refuse to wear a face covering.”

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