The airline relaxed its Covid-19 rule on Tuesday (March 1), telling passengers flying to and from airports in England and Northern Ireland that wearing a mask is no longer mandatory.
A spokesman said: “It’s no longer a legal requirement to wear a face mask at our airports or onboard our planes. However, as per UK government guidance, we recommend that you continue to wear a face mask in these spaces, and you will need to wear one when you get to your overseas destination.”
Passengers will, however, be required to wear a face mask in overseas airports and on transfers.
The updated advice is on the Jet2.com website.
For flights to and from Scotland, the airline says: “It’s still a legal requirement for everyone aged six years and over to wear a face mask at our Scottish airports and onboard our planes travelling to and from those airports. This is the case even if you’re fully vaccinated.
“If you’re unable to wear a mask, you must let us know in advance to be able to travel.”
Source – travel weekly