A Delta executive during a Wednesday webinar suggested that if a passenger tries to show their face at the wrong time on a flight, it could be their last. He said the carrier planned to be more aggressive in ensuring compliance to the mandatory face mask rule. It would be standing up for the passengers who are compliant. A media relations official responded to questions about the comments by writing in an email that the airline had made no changes. The official declined to "confirm the action you heard on the webinar."
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