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Airline CEOs Don't Think We Need Masks On Planes

The top executives of major U.S. airlines told a senate committee that masks didn't add much protection from Covid on flights. The head of the flight attendants union did the factcheck.

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    Airline CEOs Tell Congress We Don’t Need Masks On Planes, Get Factchecked By Flight Attendant Union President

    Airline CEOs Tell Congress We Don’t Need Masks On Planes, Get Factchecked By Flight Attendant Union President

    On Wednesday, the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation convened for a hearing entitled “Oversight of the U.S. Airline Industry.” Among the many topics addressed during the three-hour panel discussion, legislators asked airline CEOs to characterize the $54 billion in aid …

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