How to wear white clothing when traveling on Air Canada, Delta, etc.
A lot of travel destinations on the U.S. East Coast are still dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, and some of those travel destinations are also experiencing issues with white clothing.
According to Travel.com, Delta has already issued an advisory stating that white clothes are “required” at all times in its cabin.
That means, if you’re planning a trip, it’s best to get a white jacket and pants if possible.
On the other hand, it could be best to skip a trip if you are headed to the Caribbean or Mexico, where the weather can be a little warmer.
Travel.com’s advisory also notes that Delta’s Air Canada flight to Los Angeles and the United States Air Force One to Washington, D.C., are still affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Delta is also requiring passengers to wear a white, blue or yellow scarf during the flight, which is also not necessary if you plan on wearing white clothing in the cabin.
According a Delta spokesperson, white is “a natural part of American culture and it is our preference that guests not bring it into the cabin.”
They also say that, if Delta has received complaints from travelers, Delta will work with them to make sure they are able to get their flight.