Jet2 becomes first airline to scrap requirement for passengers to wear face masks on its flights – UKMALAYALEE

Jet2 becomes first airline to scrap requirement for passengers to wear face masks on its flights

Wednesday 2 March 2022 10:08 PM UTC

LONDON March 2: Jet2 has become the first airline to scrap a requirement for passengers to wear face masks on its flights, the airlines published it on its website.

Other airlines such as TUI, British Airways, Ryanair and easyJet continue to operate face mask policies for passengers.

Brits heading on holidays on Jet2 flights won’t be required to wear face coverings during the journey – although they will still be required to wear face masks in airports and onboard transfers to accommodation dependent on a destination’s local rules.

A statement on the Jet2 website explains: “It’s no longer a legal requirement to wear a face mask at our airports or onboard our planes. However, as per UK Government guidance, we recommend that you continue to wear a face mask in these spaces, and you will need to wear one when you get to your overseas destination.”

Click to find out more about Jet2’s face mask policy on jet2.com.

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