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Jet2 becomes the first airline to remove the requirement to wear masks for passengers on flights

Jet2 has become the first airline to drop the requirement to wear Covid masks for passengers on flights from the UK, including those to famous hot spots such as Spain, Portugal, Greece Lap, etc

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Jet2 has dropped regulations on Covid masks for passengers on flights from the UK

Jet2 has become the first airline to remove the requirement that passengers wear face masks on its flights.

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

Britons holidaying on Jet2 flights will not be required to wear face coverings throughout the journey – although they will still be required to wear a mask upon arrival at the airport and boarding to accommodation depends to the local regulations of the destination.

It should be noted that the change only applies to passengers flying from the UK and Northern Ireland.

A statement on the Jet2 website explains: “Wearing a mask at the airport or boarding our planes is no longer a legal requirement. However, in line with UK Government guidance, we advise you should continue to wear a mask in these spaces, and you will need to wear one when you arrive at your overseas destination.”

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For passengers departing from Scotland, it is still a legal requirement for all passengers aged six and over to wear a mask at Scottish airports and on planes to and from Scotland – even if you have been fully vaccinated.

You can learn more about Jet2’s mask policy on jet2.com.

The airline warned passengers that “there may also be additional restrictions on face masks in some places, and age regulations may also vary from destination to destination”.

As of 24 February, wearing a mask is no longer a legal requirement in England and Scotland.







Masks will no longer be mandatory on Jet2 flights from the UK and Northern Ireland
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British holiday options have increased in recent weeks with 12 countries relax restrictions around pre-travel Covid testing and quarantine, including to countries like Italy, Cyprus and Canada.

Meanwhile Iceland went a step further earlier this month when removed all its Covid travel rulesmake it one of the three countries Britons can visit without any testing or meeting vaccine requirements.

Popular hotspots such as Portugal, Greece, Cyprus and France have also recently removed the requirement for a Covid test before travelling, as long as travelers must have a full Covid vaccination.

If you’re traveling abroad, be sure to check the State Office’s latest travel advice as it includes important information such as local mask rules and other US travel rules. Covid that you may need to know.

Do you think other airlines should follow suit? Let us know in the comments below.

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