The supermodel added a face shield to her usual air travel outfit of a hazmat suit, goggles and mask.
Delta, United and American Airlines now require facing coverings on flights. But their employees have been told to not force passengers to comply once on board.
The coronavirus has the opportunity to impact the travel industry for years to come.
“We have weathered many storms since our first flight 36 years ago, but none has been as devastating as Covid-19," Virgin's CEO said.
“This is the new flying etiquette," the president of JetBlue said. The company will require all customers to wear face coverings starting May 4.
The nation’s biggest airlines, including Delta and American, have come to a tentative agreement with the Treasury Department after days of tense negotiation.
"All of these empty airports and empty planes breed an incredible amount of fear in everyone I’m working with. And then there is fear of the virus itself."
At least one flight attendant died and more than 100 have tested positive for COVID-19 so far.
Nine senators wrote letters this week to airline CEOs calling refunds a "moral" obligation after Congress approved a $50 billion bailout for the industry.
Here's what Delta, Southwest and other carriers are offering customers canceling or changing their travel because of COVID-19 concerns.