Qantas is SCRAPPING masks on international flights for a number of major destinations, leaked memo to employees reveals
- Mask guidelines for airline journey on Qantas plane had been lifted on Tuesday
- The transfer is welcomed by the airline in an necessary step in ‘dwelling with Covid’
- It will have an effect on flights from NSW, WA and Qld sure for the UK, US and Rome
- Flights out of Victoria haven’t been given the inexperienced mild as but
- Wearing masks inbound to Australia and domestically will stay unchanged
Masks will now not be required on a number of major international information/qantas/index.html” id=”mol-69160c80-f0f1-11ec-9c43-f120edeff921″>Qantas flights, a leaked firm memo to airline employees has revealed.
Inflight masks guidelines have been lifted in plane for continuous flights destined for international locations the place masks should not required by their authorities, the memo mentioned.
Flights taking off from information/new-south-wales/index.html” id=”mol-69179320-f0f1-11ec-9c43-f120edeff921″>NSW, information/queensland/index.html” id=”mol-6917ba30-f0f1-11ec-9c43-f120edeff921″>Queensland, information/western-australia/index.html” id=”mol-69180850-f0f1-11ec-9c43-f120edeff921″>Western Australia that are sure for the UK, US and Europe (Rome) will now not require passengers to don masks.
The letter mentioned companies out of Victoria haven’t been given the go forward to ditch the masks rule however the airline will verify as soon as it has.
The leaked Qantas memo mentioned: ‘The change to inflight masks necessities on some international flights is an necessary step in our transition to dwelling with Covid, and we welcome this modification.’
The Qantas memo mentioned: ‘The change to inflight masks necessities on some international flights is an necessary step in our transition to dwelling with Covid, and we welcome this modification.’
The airline added that research revealed the danger of transmission inside flight cabins was ‘very low’.
Wearing masks inbound and domestically on their plane will stay unchanged.
The airline added that research had revealed the danger of transmission inside flight cabins was ‘very low’