An airline will stop flight attendants from wearing face masks after passengers complained they couldn’t see their smiles


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Business Insider

June 18, 2020, 6:13 PM CDT

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  • Garuda Indonesia, the nation’s national flag carrier, plans to stop letting flight attendants wear face masks after passengers complained that they couldn’t see flight attendants smiles.
  • According to The Jakarta Post, the airline is looking into other options, such as plastic face shields, to replace the masks.
  • Flight attendants will continue to wear masks in the meantime. Indonesia’s transportation ministry requires cabin crewmembers
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The Indonesian national flag carrier Garuda Indonesia is planning to drop face masks for flight attendants after passengers complained that they couldn’t see the cabin crewmembers’ smiles.

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