A new video has shown how to safely board a jetliner on the ground, even if you’re wearing an eye mask.
The video, called “A Way Out of Airport Security,” is an eight-minute clip that shows a passenger getting off the tony JetBlue plane in the Bronx.
He can be seen in the video sitting in a chair and wearing a head-covering that obscures his eyes.
The video shows him sitting in the seat of a JetBlue flight that had just departed from JFK International Airport.
He doesn’t have a ticket, but he’s able to board the plane on his own because of a new program that is allowing passengers to take off their masks and take off headgear during takeoff.
The New York Police Department is investigating the video as a possible terror threat.
It’s a new technology that has been used by airlines for years, but it has not been used in a way that allows passengers to leave their masks on during takeoff and landing.
That’s a problem for some passengers, who want to leave masks on and make it easier for security officials to determine whether they’re on the plane and how they can board it.
In the video, the passenger who takes off his mask is seen getting off at the end of the runway.
He is seen wearing a mask and carrying a cellphone.
The New York Post reported the passenger was wearing a face mask and an eye protector.
The passenger who goes through with the flight doesn’t appear to be wearing a helmet, and the video shows that as he walks toward the plane, he’s wearing the same type of face mask as the passenger with his face covered.
He appears to have no trouble boarding the plane because he can be found in the front row.