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1. Airbus Uses A350-1000 Test Aircraft to Fly 4 Million More Face Masks to Europe
Airbus has completed its third air-bridge flight between China and Europe. The aircraft used on this mission, an A350-1000 test aircraft, returned to France with a cargo of 4 million face masks on Sunday, 5 April. A large majority of the masks will be donated to the governments of France, Germany, Spain and the UK.
2. InterContinental Bali Resort Distributing 'Homemade' Face Masks
The InterContinental Bali Resort has distributed 'homemade' face masks to employees, their families and the local community. Made from upcycled linen, between 40 and 50 face masks are produced per day by the resorts skilled tailoring team within the Housekeeping Department.
3. Austrian Airlines Requires Passengers to Wear FFP2 Masks Without Valves
All Austrian Airlines passengers over the age of 14 must now wear a FFP2 mask without a valve (also known as a N95 or KN95 mask) on board Austrian Airlines flights until further notice. Passengers are required to bring their own masks. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 29 January 2021.
4. Air New Zealand Requires All Customers to Wear Face Masks
Air New Zealand Chief Operational Integrity and Safety Officer David Morgan said, 'Our customers were already required by law to wear masks inflight to a number of our destinations, so extending this mandate to the remainder of our network provides a further safeguard against any potential spread of the virus. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 27 January 2021.
5. China Airlines Asks All Passengers to Wear Face Masks
China Airlines is now asking all its passengers to wear face masks and has started taking the forehead temperature of everyone before boarding a flight.
6. IATA Highlights Cost of Social Distancing on Aircraft
IATA has announced that it supports the wearing of masks for passengers and crew while on board aircraft, but does not support mandating social distancing measures that would leave middle seats empty.
7. Finnair to Require All Passengers to Wear Masks
Finnair has introduced a range of new COVID19 safety measures as it prepares to increase the number of flights available. The most visible and latest change to customers now is the requirement wear a mask for the entire duration of the flight. This measure is in effect from 18 May and will stay in place until the end of August 2020, at the earliest.
8. American Airlines Makes Important Changes to Face Mask Policy
American Airlines has updated its policy regarding face masks to align with directives from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Transportation Security Administration, in accordance with a White House executive order regarding coronavirus (COVID19) safety during travel. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 2 February 2021.

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