Face masks no longer needed on any planes and airports in Europe


Many providers currently require masks when travelling through airports and on flights. However, this rule will be scrapped from May 16.

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) have dropped the recommendation for mandatory medical masks for travellers in airports and on board a flight.

This comes as Europe’s response to Covid changes, with high levels of vaccination across the continent, as well as naturally acquired immunity.

However, both organisations still note that a face mask remains one of the best protections against the transmission of the virus.

With the scrapping of mandatory mask wearing, the EASA and ECDC also recommended including a relaxation of more stringent measures concerning air travel.

Additional reporting by Rita Sobot

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