Face masks no longer mandatory on AirAsia flights

Face masks no longer mandatory on AirAsia flights

2 months ago

Passengers are seen wearing face masks at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in this file photo. — Bernama photo

KUCHING (Sept 29): AirAsia Malaysia has exempted the use of face masks on its flights effective immediately following the announcement by the Malaysian government that they are no longer mandatory.

In a press statement, AirAsia said the use of face masks on board is optional for the airline’s guests, unless they are travelling to or from destinations that require a face mask.

“Guests who wish to wear a face mask on board may continue to do so,” said the airline.

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