Airline CEO of American Airlines celebrated a $14 million deal to buy masks and other life-saving equipment for airline staff, but couldn’t comment on the company’s plans for additional purchases.

The “do you have to wear a mask on a plane in california” is a question that has been asked many times. The answer is no, but the airport CEO edition masks are designed for the most germ-phobic of travelers.

Masks For Thee But Not For Me, Airline & Airport CEO Edition

on March 30, 2022 by Gary Leff

Today at LAX, Delta staged a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the terminal 2-3 headhouse. It will be available to the public on April 20.

Today at #LAX,[email protected] cut the ribbon on the new headhouse of Terminal 2/3, dubbed theDelta Sky Way. It will be available to the public on April 20.

The project is one of a slew of multibillion-dollar airport enhancements due to launch in the coming months throughout the United States.

March 29, 2022 — Edward Russell (@ByERussell)

To be sure, the departures board has a real-time indication for how busy the Sky Club is, and the departures board has a real-time sign for how busy the Sky Club is. It says’somewhat busy’ here. Perhaps that’s done to frighten you away and prevent the club from filling up.

March 29, 2022 — Matt Colbert (@MattCAviation)

The club, like the United Club and Star Alliance lounge nearby, features an outside deck.

I’m a huge aviation fan, and the @Delta Sky Deck at the new LAX Sky Club is just incredible.

T2 and T3, LAX’s northern runways, and even the Hollywood Hills in the distance are all visible from here.

On April 20th, the lounge will open its doors!

March 29, 2022 — Zach Griff (@ ZachGriff)

However, there was something unusual about the occasion. According to federal standards, the audience was well-masked. Mayor Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles and Delta CEO Ed Bastian? Not at all.

Masks-For-Thee-But-Not-For-Me-Airline-Airport Delta is to thank for this.

This wasn’t a blip on the screen for a snapshot. Inside the airport, where masks are prohibited by federal regulations, the airport itself tweets out the Mayor’s maskless address. The Mayor makes the following observations on other people’s masks:

@MayorOfLA honoring numerous local employees who contributed to the construction of this stunning new headhouse for Terminals 2/3 @Delta #transformingLAX

— March 29, 2022, LAX Airport (@flyLAXairport)

And here’s the airport’s CEO speaking without a mask, which the airport has tweeted out.

CEO Justin Erbacci of Los Angeles World Airports discusses how the new @Delta facility blends beauty, innovation, and sustainability. It’s simply another step in the direction of a reinvented LAX. #transformingLAX

— March 29, 2022, LAX Airport (@flyLAXairport)

‘Yet he’s speaking,’ you may argue, but that’s precisely when he’s releasing the most respiratory aerosols.

I’m writing this while wearing a mask aboard a plane, where the captain informed that the mask requirement is still in place and that everyone should follow it. The CEO of Delta, the Mayor of Los Angeles, and the CEO of Los Angeles World Airports are not among them.

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