Pasajeros pueden viajar sin mascarilla en estas aerolíneas

Pasajeros pueden viajar sin mascarilla en estas aerolíneas

From the first week of April 2022, different airlines of allow travel without a mask. In this way, they relax the measures that were arranged to avoid the infections for COVID-19.

The first airlines that have decided to let passengers fly without face masks are companies of Norway, Great Britain, Denmark Y Sweden. In Ecuador still it is mandatory to use them.

The Norwegian low-cost airline, norwegian air ferrychose to remove the obligation to wear face masks during their flights. It is the second largest airline in Scandinavia which applies this new regulation from Monday, April 4, 2022.

And although this measure is applied throughout its air network, in the airports the passengers must be governed by the country laws where they are.

It is thus, that travelers who fly to Spain with Norwegian they will be able to fly no maskbut they should use it when they step on the airport to its arrival.

Other airlines

From February in Denmark, Norway Y Sweden it’s not mandatory wear the mask.

In United Kingdomsince January, they eliminated the last restrictions against covid-19. Some of his companies like British Airways, EasyJet, Jet2, Y TUI airlineshave decided to let passengers decide what to do on flights to England me Ireland of the North.

For icelandair the masks are optional on flights within Iceland and to and from Greenland. While, in some trips within Europe they depend on the regulations of the destination authorities.

Various policies to fly

The use of mask it is required on board all flights to and from Canada, United States of America Y Germanyin the latter except to and from frankfurt.

on flights to Paris, Virgin Atlantic changed its policy on wearing masks on March 16, allowing customers choose what is more comfortable. This same option applies to flights to Barbados, Saint Lucia, Antigua, Grenada, the Bahamas, Jamaica, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, yTrinidad and tobago.

the irish company Ryanair It seems to follow the same path, and it is that according to the British newspaper Daily Mail, the CEO of the company, Michael O’Leary, stated that they hope to eliminate the use of masks on their planes “by the end of April”.

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Published by El Comercio on Monday, April 11, 2022