Coronavirus Face Mask Airlines’ Policies

 

 

Masks are mandatory at the airports and during the entire flight. All the airlines don’t follow exactly the same policy. To help you see more clearly between the different airlines’ rules, we have listed the Coronavirus Face Mask Policy of seven of them.

Air France

Who Must Wear: 

Passengers aged 11 and above must wear masks.

Prohibited Face Coverings:

Valved masks are not authorized. 

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American Airlines

Who Must Wear: 

Passengers aged 2 and above must wear masks.

Prohibited Face Coverings:

  • Face coverings with exhaust valves.
  • Face coverings made with materials such as mesh or lace fabrics.
  • Face coverings that do not cover the nose and mouth.
  • Face shields without the addition of a face covering.

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Delta

Who Must Wear: 

Passengers aged 2 and above must wear masks.

Medical Exemptions:

Customers with underlying conditions that explicitly prevent the wearing of a face covering or mask are strongly encouraged to reconsider travel or should be prepared to complete a ‘Clearance-to-Fly’ process prior to departure at the airport.

Prohibited Face Coverings:

Face coverings with exhaust valves are prohibited.

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United Airlines

Who Must Wear: 

Passengers aged 2 and above must wear masks.

Prohibited Face Coverings:

  • Face coverings that do not cover the nose and mouth. 
  • Face masks with a vent.

More details can be found by clicking this link: Website

 

British Airways

Who Must Wear: 

Passengers aged 11 and above must wear masks.

Prohibited Face Coverings:

Face coverings that do not cover the nose and mouth are not permitted.

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KLM

Who Must Wear: 

Passengers aged 10 and above must wear masks.

Medical Exemptions:

KLM requires customers who cannot wear a mouth mask for medical reasons, a negative PCR test, and a doctor’s certificate in English or Dutch.

Prohibited Face Coverings:

  • Face coverings that do not cover the nose and mouth.
  • Face masks with a vent.

More details can be found by clicking this link: Website

 

Lufthansa

Who Must Wear: 

Passengers aged 6 and above must wear masks.

Medical Exemptions:

The compulsory wearing of a mask on the presentation of an approved negative Covid-19 PCR test result and a doctor’s signature on the corresponding Lufthansa Group medical certificate form. 

Prohibited Face Coverings:

Visors (face shields), masks with valves or vents, scarves, and handkerchiefs are not permitted

More details can be found by clicking this link: Website

 

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