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Face masks are no longer mandatory for Jet2 passengers


Jet2 is the first major airline to no longer make face masks mandatory for passengers.

The budget airline has today relaxed its rules and let passengers flying to and from airports in England and Northern Ireland know that a face mask is no longer mandatory.

“It is no longer legally required to wear a face mask at our airports or on board our aircraft. However, according to the guidelines of the British government, we recommend that you continue to wear a face mask at the airports and you will have to wear one when you arrive at your overseas destination,” the airline said on its website.

Face masks remain mandatory on flights to and from airports in Scotland, where wearing face masks in confined spaces remains mandatory by law for all people aged six and over. Passengers will also be asked to wear face coverings at certain points during their journey, depending on their point of departure and destination.

” You must wear a face mask when leaving the aircraft, at the airport and on board our transfers to and from your accommodation, even if you are fully vaccinated, ” said Jet2. “The rules around ages can also vary by destination.”

Written by: Patrick O'Brien

Patrick O'Brien is a student who is taking only the first steps in journalism. The main interest is events from the world of macroeconomics and finance.

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