Delta flight from Detroit to Atlanta delayed after 2 passengers refused to wear masks

Posted at 4:36 AM, Jul 24, 2020
and last updated 2020-07-24 04:49:55-04

(WXYZ) — A Delta flight from Detroit to Atlanta was delayed Thursday after two passengers refused to wear masks.

According to a Delta spokesperson, Flight 1227 returned to the gate at Detroit Metro Airport because two travelers "were non-compliant with crew instructions."

After the short delay, the plane departed to Atlanta.

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