Some airlines and suppliers are allowing passengers to go ‘mask-less’!

Jet2 passengers no longer have to wear face coverings at the carrier’s domestic airports or on flights.

If the destination a traveller is travelling to does not require masks, then British Airways allowcustomers to fly without masks.

For all Virgin Atlantic services to Barbados, St. Lucia, Antigua, Grenada, the Bahamas, Jamaica, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and Trinidad and Tobago, face masks are optional.

TUI Fly flights to or from England, Wales or Northern Ireland no longer require masks, but travellers are still encouraged to bring them along.

All easyJet flights to England, Northern Ireland, Jersey, Isle of Man, Denmark, Sweden, Gibraltar, Switzerland, Hungary, Iceland, and Poland no longer require face coverings.

These safe changes to regulations and rules are a welcome change and signs of travel slowly but surely returning to ‘normal’.

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