In the United States, Delta and American Airlines have already taken steps to limit the presence of alcohol. Delta, American and Southwest are among U.S. airlines to stop or restrict serving alcohol on flights as part of a new coronavirus policy intended to reduce risk of spreading the virus on airplanes. Airlines ban alcohol on planes in response to Covid-19 (CNN) Air Travel Is Rebounding Strongly — But Likely to Remain Well Below Pre-COVID Levels ( New York ) American Airlines, Delta Airlines and British Airways are among the airline companies who have altered their beverage service policy as a response to the COVID-19 outbreak Delta, United, JetBlue, Hawaiian and others are boarding passengers from the back of the plane to the front of the plane (after first class, of course) so travelers have to pass fewer passengers. Airlines ban alcohol, cut back on regular beverage service due to COVID-19 American, Delta and United have adjusted their in-flight services to limit transactions between passengers and crew. Delta Airlines is changing its COVID-19 alcohol service policy once again. Delta has banned the sale or consumption of alcohol … Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Southwest Airlines have all made temporary changes to help stop the potential spread of COVID-19 in the skies. Flying in the COVID-19 era is a less-than-pleasant experience, to put it mildly. Delta said it would bring beer and wine back for some passengers, after cutting alcohol service earlier in the coronavirus pandemic. Delta Air Lines also confirmed that alcohol is banned on all of its domestic and international flights to Mexico, Canada, the Caribbean and Central America, regardless of seating class. Some airlines resume alcohol service during coronavirus with a catch Delta, American Airlines resume alcohol service for a price in a COVID-19 world