Brussels Airlines Removes Mask Mandate For Passengers

Brussels Airlines
Credit: Nigel Howarth / Aviation Week
Brussels Airlines has joined the growing number of airlines that have scrapped the requirement for passengers to wear masks on board its aircraft. The Belgian flag-carrier dropped the mandatory use of masks May 3, following several other major European carriers including British Airways, KLM and...

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