Sun. Oct 24th, 2021

Face coverings will still be mandatory on aircraft after July 19, UK airline companies have actually cautioned, regardless of the reality that there will be no legal requirement to implement them.
Businesses might set their own guidelines on masks, Prime Minister Boris Johnson decreed yesterday– leading British Airways, EasyJet, Jet2 and Ryanair to confirm that they will keep their existing regulations.
A spokesperson from EasyJet verified: “At present there are no modifications to easyJets onboard mask policy and we will continue to keep this under review.
” We continue to be directed by our inhouse medical adviser and a variety of key industry governing bodies that airlines follow consisting of the WHO (World Health Organization), Icao (International Civil Aviation Organisation), Easa (European Union Aviation Safety Agency), the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) […] and at present their guidance around the using of masks onboard stays the same.”
Join, the dominant union within civil aviation, claimed it would be “gross carelessness” to end the legal requirement for face coverings on July 19. The current guidelines “supply reassurance” to those working on and utilizing public transport, it stated.
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