Japanese airlines stop requiring masks on board from March 13

TOKYO, Feb 22 (Nikkei) - Japanese airlines will no longer require passengers to wear face masks on flights, starting March 13.

The Airline Association of Japan, which has 19 members including ANA and JAL, announced Tuesday that it will leave it up to individual passengers whether to wear masks on board planes and at airports. The decision follows the government's downgrading of COVID-19 under the Infectious Disease Control Law. The policy will also apply to passengers and airline employees. ...continue reading

Feb 22 (ANNnewsCH) - 国内の航空会社からなる定期航空協会は機内や空港でのマスクの着用について、個人の判断に委ねる方針を発表しました。  ...continue reading