Norwegian, SAS, Flyr, and Widerøe are introducing mandatory use of face masks on flights

Norwegian - SASPhoto: Gorm Kallestad / NTB
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Multiple airlines are introducing face mask requirements on their flights. On Thursday, SAS announced that face masks would be required on its flights. On Friday, Norwegian, Flyr, and Widerøe will follow.

“With the measures presented by the authorities yesterday afternoon (Thursday), we believe that this was the responsible and correct thing to do,” Norwegian wrote in a statement, Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK) reports.

The requirement applies to both employees and passengers. Norwegian is thus following SAS, which on Thursday announced that it would introduce mandatory face mask use on all its flights from Monday.

Widerøe and Flyr are also reintroducing the face mask requirement on their flights, E24 writes.

“We will also introduce face masks on all flights from tomorrow (Saturday),” communications director Silje Brandvoll in Widerøe told the website.

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