AirAsia Announces Face Masks Are No Longer Mandatory On Its Flights

AirAsia Announces Face Masks Are No Longer Mandatory On Its Flights

2 months ago

AirAsia Malaysia today, 29 September, announced that the airline is exempting the use of face masks on its flights effective immediately

In a press statement, the airline said that the use of face masks onboard its flights is now optional unless a passenger is travelling to or from destinations that require a face mask.

"[Passengers] who wish to wear a face mask onboard may continue to do so," it said.

The AirAsia announcement comes a day after Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin told Malaysians that the government is removing the mandatory face mask requirement for flights beginning 28 September.

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