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Alaska Airlines face covering policy – no mask, no travel, no exceptions. All Alaska passengers age 2 and older will not be permitted to travel if they do not comply. A cloth mask or face covering must be worn at all times when at the airport or onboard Alaska aircraft.
If a passenger is unwilling or unable to wear a mask for any reason while at the airport, they will not be permitted to travel. If a passenger refuses to wear a mask after they board the aircraft, they will be suspended from future travel.
“We all need to look out for each other during this health emergency, and the best way we can do that – and prevent the spread of the virus – is to simply wear a mask or face covering when we’re around each other,” said Max Tidwell, Alaska Airlines’ vice president of safety and security. “Safety remains priority number one for Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air. Our tougher policy shows how important this issue is to us and our guests. If you don’t wear a mask, you won’t be flying with us.”
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