Southwest CEO Testifies That ‘Masks Don’t Add Much, If Anything’ To Fight COVID On Airplanes, American Airlines CEO Agrees

Numerous studies have shown that mask provides little if any benefit no matter where they are worn


Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly told a U.S. Senate panel on Wednesday that “masks don’t add much, if anything” in fighting the spread of COVID-19 on airplanes, calling into question the reasoning behind mask mandates on flights imposed both by airlines and the Biden administration.

Kelly made the comment during a hearing on airline oversight before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, and other industry chiefs joined him in emphasizing that commercial aircraft filtration systems make them the safest indoor space there is.


Ranking member Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., asked the CEOs about air quality on planes while posing the question, “Will we ever be able, do you think, to get on an airplane without masks?”


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