Bei welchen Airlines Maskenpflicht herrscht – UPDATE

Die Maskenpflicht wird zum neuen Standard …

Die Maskenpflicht greift um sich.


“Face mask or any mouth-nose cover is obligatory for all passengers and optional for infants. Please make sure you bring your own as you will need to wear a mouth and nose cover, from check-in up until after your disembarkation at your destination as well as during the flight. Gloves are not obligatory. During flight and flight preparation, cabin crew are requested to wear protective face mask and gloves.”

Hier mehr: New clean standard

Aer Lingus

“From Thursday 21st May all customers flying with us are required to use a mask or suitable face covering from the point of boarding the aircraft until they are inside the destination airport. This is a temporary measure to enable us collectively play our part in keeping everyone safe on board.”

Hier mehr: Face coverings required on board

Aerolineas Argentinas


“Passengers will be required to board the plane wearing facemasks and gloves and must wear them for the duration of the flight;
Passengers must replace masks with fresh ones every three hours while aboard. If needed, cabin crew will provide facemasks”

Hier mehr: Aeroflot introduces changes to service procedures


“The use of face masks is mandatory on all our flights.”

Hier mehr: Travel Safely

Air Asia

“All guests are required to wear masks before boarding, during flight, and at baggage claim.”

Hier mehr: Flying Safe with AirAsia

Air Astana

Infos zu den strengen Maßnahmen hier: Die strengste Airline – Air Astana: PCR Test, Social Distancing, Temperatur Check und Maske

Air Baltic

“The aircraft cabin disinfection will be done with increased regularity. All passengers on board of airBaltic aircraft will be provided with a complimentary basic care kit consisting of a protective face mask and disinfection wipes. airBaltic passengers will need to wear a protective face mask all time on board during flights.”

Hier mehr: airBaltic adds new health measures on its flights

Air Canada

“For the safety and well-being of our customers and employees, Air Canada will require all customers to wear cloth coverings or masks over their mouth and nose while at check-in, during the boarding process and during flight on its aircraft. The new requirement, effective April 20, follows an interim order issued by the federal Minister of Transport requiring travellers to have a face covering in their possession to wear when physical distancing is not possible.
Customers must bring their own face coverings which will be verified prior to boarding all Air Canada flights and prior to security screening at Canadian airports. It is the customers’ responsibility to bring the proper face covering with them. Air Canada will not distribute masks to customers in order to ensure that critical medical masks are reserved for frontline workers. The coverings do not need to be medical masks – any face covering including a scarf or similar item is acceptable.
Customers will need to wear their face covering at the gate, where they will be required to lower it for identification purposes on photo IDs, as required by Canadian regulations.
While on board, customers are further required to wear their face covering at all times except to eat and drink or, in case of an inflight emergency should the oxygen masks be deployed, or when, in the judgement of the crew, appropriate physical distancing can be maintained.
This requirement will apply to all customers except for children under the age of 6 or customers who have a medical condition preventing them from wearing such a covering. This exemption will need to be verified and approved by Air Canada in advance through a medical certificate or Air Canada Fitness to Fly form. Click here for more details on how to submit.”

Hier mehr: Air Canada’s preventive measures

Air Europa

“Nach Anordnung der spanischen Behörden ist seit dem 04. Mai 2020 die Nutzung eines Mund-Nasen-Schutzes während des Aufenthalts an Bord obligatorisch.”

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Air France

“As from 11 May, it will be compulsory to wear a mask on board Air France flights. Each customer will be required to wear an approved mask throughout their trip. We recommend that our customers carry several masks with them for their personal comfort.”


Air Malta

“Evidence suggests that the risk of transmission on board an aircraft is low due to the high efficient air ventilation and filtration systems. However, to further reduce the already low risk, as of 1st June 2020, all passengers travelling on an Air Malta flight will be required to wear, at all times, their own face mask. It is imperative that the mask is kept on during boarding, transfer to and from the aircraft, and on board at all times. It is also highly recommended that the mask is also kept on within the airport building, before and during check-in as well as upon arrival, when collecting your baggage up until when you leave the airport building.”

Hier mehr: Mandatory wearing of face mask on all Air Malta operated flights as of 1st of June 2020

Air Serbia

“Wear the mask at all times by covering your nose and mouth, from the moment you enter the terminal until you walk out of the airport at your destination”

Hier mehr: Guidelines for safe travel with Air Serbia


“It is mandatory to wear a protective mask; if you do not have one, we will provide you with a free one made available by the Italian Civil Protection Department;”


Alaska Airlines

“To align with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations and to keep our guests and employees safe, masks will be mandatory for all our guests starting May 11. Additionally, Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air employees who cannot maintain six feet of social distance during interactions with guests or co-workers will also be required to wear masks starting May 4. This includes pilots, flight attendants and customer service agents.
Guests will be expected to bring their own mask and will be required to wear it throughout the airport and flight experience. Additional supplies will be available for those who forget their face masks. Specific details about the face mask requirements will be shared with guests in pre-trip communications before their date of travel. The temporary policy will be reevaluated periodically as guidance evolves.”

Hier mehr: From masks to airports and aircraft cleaning, safety is our top priority

American Airlines

“We strongly encourage you to wear a face covering while flying on American, and starting May 11, it will be required. You also may be required by local law to wear one in the airport where your trip begins, where it ends or where you connect.”

Die Pressemitteilung: Coronavirus travel updates


“ANA is requiring its passengers to wear a face covering at the airport and onboard the aircraft to alleviate others’ concerns. Passengers who do not wear a facial covering may be refused to board.”

Hier mehr: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Travel Information


“An Bord von Austrian Airlines Maschinen sowie am Flughafen Wien sind Passagiere verpflichtet, eine Mund-Nasen-Bedeckung zu tragen.”

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Batik Air

“Wearing mask before the flight, while on the plane until landing and on arrival and exit from the airport,”

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British Airways

“We ask all customers to wear a face mask at all times in the airport and on board. As a guide, a face mask could last up to four hours, so please make sure that you bring enough for the duration of your trip. Please be aware, that it’s now a mandatory requirement to wear one in many airports.”

Hier mehr: Frequently Asked Questions

Brussels Airlines

“All passengers are requested to bring their own mouth and nose cover. A reusable fabric mask is recommended, but all other types of coverings such as simple disposable masks or scarves are also possible. The obligation to wear the mask will initially apply until 31 August 2020.”

Hier mehr: Which protective measures should I take?

Cathay Pacific

“From 15 May 2020, passengers are required to wear face coverings in situations where they cannot maintain a physical distance of 2 metres (6.5 feet) from others, or as directed by our airline employees. This includes:
during check-in;
in our lounges;
during boarding;
in the aircraft cabin; and
during disembarkation.”

Hier mehr: Face coverings requirement


“On board all Condor flights, too, mouth-and-nose protection is mandatory for guests and cabin crew until 31 August 2020.”

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Croatia Airlines

“All passengers are required to bring and wear face masks/facial coverings aboard all Croatia Airlines flights. Masks must be worn during the whole flight.”

Hier mehr: Important information about COVID – 19

Czech Airlines

“Before boarding Czech Airlines aircraft and throughout the flight, all passengers, except children under two years of age, must wear protective mouth and nose gear.”

Hier mehr: Strict Hygiene Standards Aboard Our Aircraft


“Face coverings will be required starting in the check-in lobby and across Delta touchpoints including Delta Sky Clubs, boarding gate areas, jet bridges and on board the aircraft for the duration of the flight – except during meal service. Their use is also strongly encouraged in high-traffic areas including security lines and restrooms. People unable to keep a face covering in place, including children, are exempt.”

Die Pressemitteilung: Delta expands safety commitment by requiring all customers to wear face coverings across travel


“All passengers and crew will be required to wear masks onboard at all times.”

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“Please bring your own face mask and gloves, and expect thermal screening at the airport.”

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“Your safety and well-being are our highest priority. We have been taking precautionary measures based on recommendations from WHO, ICAO and IATA to protect our passengers, staff and the general public from the risk of COVID-19. As part of the ongoing effort to fighting the pandemic, We kindly ask all international and domestic passengers to wear face masks during check-in, boarding, in-flight, deplaning and at the airport, effective 10th May, 2020. We ask all passengers to bring their own masks or face coverings.”

Hier mehr: Face Masks Required-Effective May 10,2020


“You must wear a face mask whilst you travel and wash your hands at regular intervals.”

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“Except for having meals or drinks, passengers are required to wear face masks throughout the flight to minimize the risk of infection.”

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“One of the most visible changes in the coming weeks is that we will require all customers to wear a mask for the entire duration of the flight. This can be a surgical mask or a home made mask made of fabric. The key thing is that it prevents droplet transmission and covers your mouth and nose. The cabin crew will wear surgical masks for the entire duration of the flight. You need to wear a mask by the time boarding begins, but you can also use it from the moment you arrive the airport.
If you don’t have a mask, you can ask for one from the cabin crew. It’s better to bring your own mask, because unfortunately we can’t guarantee that there are enough masks for all customers, and boarding may be denied without a mask. By bringing your own mask you can also make sure that it’s as comfortable as possible. You can remove the mask while you’re eating or drinking. Kids under the age of 7 don’t need to wear a mask. If you have a medical condition that prevents you from wearing a mask, please let us know at least 72 hours before your flight.”



“Protect our crew and other passengers. Wear your mask throughout the flight and sanitise your hands regularly. If you need to sneeze or cough, lower your head, turn away from fellow passengers or members of crew and cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or flexed elbow.”

Hier mehr: COVID-19: Your journey and what you need to know


“At Frontier, your health and safety are our top priority. Beginning May 8, all Frontier customers will be required to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth throughout their journey. This will include all ticket counters, gate areas, and onboard our aircraft.
This effort is yet another action we are taking to help you feel more comfortable when flying with Frontier and follows the guidance of the CDC and local authorities. Frontier airport employees and flight crews are already required to wear face coverings at work.
Based on CDC guidance, a suitable face covering should be an item of cloth that should fit snugly against the side of the face and that should be secured with ties or ear loops. It should also include multiple layers of fabric and allow for unrestricted breathing. The CDC recommends surgical masks and N-95 respirators be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders. The policy will not apply to very young children who are unable to maintain a face covering.”



“Guests are required to wear a face mask or covering that effectively covers the mouth and nose while boarding, through the duration of the flight and while deplaning at their destination. Please check local airport rules at your departure and arrival airports for specific requirements regarding face masks.”

Hier mehr: Keeping you safe


“In compliance with the current legislation and in order to protect the health of all our customers, we remind you that it is compulsory to wear a mask that covers the nose and mouth when entering the aircraft and during the flight. Unfortunately, if customers fail to do so, we would be forced to deny boarding. In addition, and in order to reduce contact and risks, our in-flight catering service will not be available for flights under 4 hours.”

Hier mehr: Flight updates due to the evolution of Coronavirus


“*NEW* Face Coverings Required for Customers
Starting May 4, all customers are required to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth throughout their journey, including during check-in, boarding, while in flight and deplaning. JetBlue crewmembers have already been utilizing face coverings at work. CDC guidance defines a suitable face covering as an item of cloth that should fit snugly against the side of the face, be secured with ties or ear loops, include multiple layers of fabric and allow for unrestricted breathing. The CDC recommends surgical masks and N-95 respirators be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders. Small children who are not able to maintain a face covering are exempt from this requirement.”

Die Pressemitteilung: Coronavirus: Doing Our Part – Safety & Service Adjustments


“Starting 11 May, and simultaneous with the restoration of the KLM network, masks will be compulsory on board and during boarding. Passengers are responsible for providing their own face masks.”

Hier mehr: KLM starts gradual and careful restoration of its European network and makes face masks compulsory on board


“For the safety of passengers and staff, please wear a face mask for the duration of your travel. Outside meal times, you are recommended to wear your mask permanently on board the flight.”

Hier mehr: Measures to guarantee your safety


“No olvides tu mascarilla
A partir del día 11 de mayo de 2020, el uso de mascarillas será obligatorio en todos los vuelos LATAM, tanto en el aeropuerto como a bordo. Esto será controlado por personal de seguridad y si no la tienes, no podrás viajar. Recuerda llevar la tuya ya que no serán proporcionadas en el lugar.”



“Remember to wear a face mask. Wearing a face mask is mandatory at the airport and onboard.”

Hier mehr: General travel advice


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“Passengers must also compulsorily wear a mask, either a surgical mask or a hand-made mask made of cloth, bandana (buff) or scarf (except for kids below 6 years old).”


Malaysia Airlines

“In mitigating the spread of COVID-19, Malaysia Airlines requires all passengers to bring and wear their own protective masks at the following touchpoints effective 23 April 2020:
In the aircraft cabin
Collection of baggage on arrival
This requirement applies to all passengers (excluding infants) travelling on all Malaysia Airlines’ domestic, international and charter flights, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all passengers and airline employees.
For passengers’ own comfort and hygiene especially on long haul flights, you are advised to bring additional masks and hand sanitizers (subject to 100ml or Liquid Alcohol Gel (LAG) regulations) for your own use. Passengers are also reminded to respect the personal space of others and observe social distancing where required and to comply with other health and safety measures in our pre-departure and arrival processes to ensure you have a safe journey.”

Hier mehr: Malaysia Airlines Enforces Use of Face Masks on Passengers


“From 17 June 2020 we are introducing the mandatory use of face masks for our passengers and cabin crew on board our flights. This is in line with recommendations from European authorities (EASA) as a protective measure to keep everyone travelling safe.”

Hier mehr: Your well-being on board


You are required to wear a face mask on board the aircraft and at the airport.”

Hier mehr: Your Safety is Our Top Priority

Qatar Airways

“The airline now requires passengers from Monday, May 25, to wear face coverings inflight and recommends people bring their own for fit and comfort purposes”

Hier mehr: Qatar Airways To Introduce Temporary Additional Safety Measures Onboard For Passengers And Cabin Crew

Qantas (nur Empfehlung)

“Masks provided to all passengers on each flight – while not mandatory from a safety point of view, they are recommended to be worn in the interests of everyone’s peace-of-mind.”



“Wear a face mask/covering at all times, both in the airport and onboard your flight.”

Hier mehr: Simple guidelines for healthy flying


“A face mask covering mouth and nose is required from boarding to disembarkation on all flights. We require you to bring your own face mask. All travelers without face masks will be denied boarding. The face mask requirement is in effect from 18 May to 31 August. Children younger than 6 years are exempted from this rule.”


Singapore Airlines

“Effective 2359hrs on 10 May 2020, in accordance with a Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore directive, all passengers on Singapore Airlines (SIA) and SilkAir flights must:
Bring their own face mask and wear it throughout the flight”

Hier mehr: Covid-19: Advisory for SIA and SilkAir customers


“Yes, Customers will be required to wear a mask or a face covering in the airport and on the plane beginning May 11. If you do not bring a mask or a face covering, Southwest will provide you with one.”

Hier mehr: Everything you need to know


“Starting May 11, Guests will be required to wear face coverings when traveling with Spirit. Guests without a face covering will not be permitted to board the plane.”

Hier mehr: Spirit Airlines COVID-19 Information Center


Hier mehr: Swiss macht Maskentragen nun verpflichtend


“Tragen Sie in allen Phasen Ihrer Reise eine Gesichtsmaske;”

Hier mehr: Empfehlungen Covid-19


“We will also make face coverings mandatory for all travelers and will be providing them for free to our customers starting May 4.”

Zur Pressemitteilung: COVID-19: What we’re doing to keep customers and employees safe


“To protect your own health and that of everyone else on board, in accordance with the Spanish Transport Ministry Order (TMA/384/2020), from 4 May the use of face masks covering the nose and mouth will be compulsory during all stages of the flight – when boarding/disembarking the aircraft and during the flight.”

Hier mehr: Update on disruptions due to Covid-19

West Jet

“As of Monday, April 20th at 12pm EDT, Transport Canada requires that all guests have a non-medical mask or face covering to cover their mouth and nose during travel.
When travelling by air, you will be required to cover your mouth and nose:
at Canadian airport screening checkpoints
while boarding your flight
at all times during the flight
when instructed to by a crew member”

Hier mehr: Safety above all


“… wearing a face mask is compulsory from now on all our flights, make sure to have your own mask and wear it properly throughout your travel;”

Hier mehr: Latest travel information

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Kommentare 19
    1. Nein, es ist kein ÖPNV. Die Deutsche Bahn muss das nach derzeitigen Erkenntnissen extra anordnen.

      Aber ich finde es so unglaublich. Auch dass nichts dazu geschrieben wird, wie im Falle von Menschen verfahren wird, die auf Grund eines Attestes keine tragen dürfen. Dürfen diese Menschen dann nicht fliegen?

    2. Wenn man die Studien von simpliflying punkt com liest, die sich mit dem Fliegen nach Corona beschäftigen, will sicher der ein oder andere gar nicht mehr fliegen – unabhängig davon, ob er es mit oder ohne Attest dürfte!?

      4 Stunden vor Abflug müsste man am Flughafen sein, da würde man wohl per Bahn/im Auto oftmals schneller am Ziel ankommen.
      Die ganzen Gesundheitschecks, Desinfektions- und boarding/deplaning Prozesse werden sicher auch nicht zu einem tollen Erlebnis beitragen. Ganz zu schweigen von dem onboard Erlebnis. Dagegen werden pre-Corona low cost carrier-Flüge wie Luxustrips erscheinen.

      Der Weg wird in Zukunft leider nicht mehr das Ziel sein, das ist ziemlich sicher.

    3. Dabei frage ich mich doch sofort, warum ich in der Bahn dann keine Desinfizierung brauche? Da ist also die Ansteckung weniger gefährlich, wenn ich 5-6 Stunden oder mehr mit Dutzenden Leuten in einem Abteil sitze?

      Sorry, aber ich halte von diesen ganze Vorhersagen so gar nichts. Wenn man das alles schon vorher wüsste, würde ich so einiges machen, was ich mir so lieber spare.

    4. Die Hoffnung stirbt ja bekanntlich zuletzt, und das ist gut so!!

      Wenn ich mir anschaue, was nach 9/11 eingeführt wurde und auch 20 Jahre später noch (teilweise sogar verschärft) praktiziert wird, ist meine Hoffnung, dass wir nach diesem grounding ein back-to-normal erleben werden, ziemlich bei Null. Es wird einfach nichts mehr, wie es war! Zumindest nicht, was (Flug-)Reisen betrifft.

  1. @ Betty
    Merkwürdig daß das nie bei Grippepandemien gefordert wurde .Corona wurde alsTodesursache in D bislang bei nur 6812 Personen festgestellt.
    Die Grippewelle 17/18 kostete laut 25 100 Menschen in D das Leben I
    Ich habe in Asien gelebt und bei den kleinsten Flue-Symptomen eine Maske getragen .Auch im Flieger , wenn im unmittelbaren Umfeld Passagiere niesten und husteten.
    Wurde dafür dumm angeguckt…
    Eine Maske zu tragen stört mich nicht.
    Was ich jedoch befürchte , daß in einem Schnellstverfahren entwickelter Impstoff mit zweifelhaften Nebenwirkungen zur Pflicht wid…
    Hatte mich einmalzu einer Grippeimpfung überreden lassen. Da in dem Jahr die Viren im Impfserum nicht gut prognostiziert waren , hatte diese Impfung eine sehr reduzierte Wirkung.
    Leider bei mir heftige Nebenwirkungen hervor riefen, die ca ein Jahr anhielten .
    Seitdem bin ich sehr skeptisch geworden .
    Ich bin kein Verschwörungstheoretiker , Versuche einigermaßen gesund zu leben.Sehr selten erkältet .
    Wünsche uns Allen
    und allen Müttern nen schönen Muttertag :-)

    1. Hier bitte nix vom mainstream abweichendes posten!
      Da kommt dann schnell mal die Blog-Polizei ;-)

      Fakt und mit Nachweis belegbar: Muttertag ist erst am 10. Mai!

    2. Bei den Impfstoffen bin ich ganz bei dir:
      Gut getestete Impfstoffe, die ohne Zeitdruck entwickelt wurden und schon lange ohne bekannte Probleme auf dem Markt sind sehe ich ziemlich unkritisch.

      Aber sobald Zeitdruck und/oder Profitgier in den Vordergrund treten, kann es schnell zu unentschuldbaren Fehlern kommen. In China gab es vor ein paar Jahren einen grossen Skandal mit verunreinigten Impfstoffen. Ebenso zu DDR-Zeiten gab es teilweise heftige Spaetfolgen.

  2. Ach ich frage mich echt, warum einige so krank oder eingeschränkt sind dass sie keine Maske tragen können, aber reisen und am besten noch in Länder mit viel Smog, Luftfeuchtigkeit etc. Und stundenlang ohne Erschöpfungssymptome diskutieren können. Ich findest vieles davon respektlos, denn die Maske tragt ihr meinetwegen und ich die Maske euretwegen. Andere Meinungen sind gut sind wichtig, müssen Raum bekommen. Dafür fordere ich Respekt vor mir ein.

  3. Absolut edel deine Einstellung – lebst du wirklich so konsequent!?
    Wenn du seit deiner Geburt die Maske trägst, nehme ich deine Aussage ernst, alles andere ist scheinheilig!

    Ich gehe bei deiner Sorge um uns alle davon aus, dass du schon immer eine Maske trägst? Hat dich vor März 2020 niemand darauf angesprochen und gefragt, was deine Maskerade soll? Du wärst doch damit aufgefallen wie ein ‘bunter Hund’!?

    War dir sicher egal, da du schon immer – einfach aus Respekt den anderen gegenüber – täglich deine Maske aufgesetzt hast.

    Vor allem jedoch jeden Grippe-Winter, bei jeder Reise in unsichere Regionen, beim Sonnenbad am Gardasee, beim shopping in Mailand, London, New York, Paris….

    Wirklich tödliche Viren/Bakterien gab es lange vor Corona, gibt es heute zuhauf und wird es auch nach Corona in Massen geben – nur interessieren tut das komischerweise niemanden.

  4. @Joe. Das habe ich nicht geschrieben. Wir sind in einer Sondersituation, wir haben einen Virus, der vielleicht nicht der todlichste ist. In der Ansteckung dann doch besonders. Zudem gibt es viele schwere Verläufe, die Krankenhäuser überfüllen können.
    Und wahrscheinlich werde ich mein Verhalten ändern, wenn der Spuk vorbei ist und weiterhin Masken tragen.
    Aber wenn hier immer wieder die Grippe angebracht wird. Ist es nicht allein dafür nötig in bestimmten Situationen die Maske zu tragen? Die Maske hat diese Jahr zusätzlich die Grippe deutlich geschmälert. Ein Erfolg würde ich meinen. Viele Leben gerettet. Aber interessiert Sie wohl nicht.
    In der Tat hatte ich Viren etc. nicht wirklich auf dem Schirm. Und ich hasse diese Masken. Ich mach nur kein großes Ding daraus und trage diese Dinger dann halt. Auch aus Respekt.

  5. In der Schweiz haben wir keine Masken getragen und hatten auch keine Grippewelle wie in anderen Jahren.
    Lockdown, keine Grossveranstaltungen, home office, social distancing & Reiseverbote – das waren die Gründe für die geringe Verbreitung der normalen Grippe. Und nicht das Maskentragen im halbleeren Supermarkt.

  6. Guten Tag.Wollte Nachfragen ob bei der Ätophin-Airlines Maskenpflicht herrscht?
    Da ich ein ähnliches Attest besitzt und schwer Astmathiker bin seit der Kindheit. Bitte um Rückantwort.
    Ich ein Tuch auch erlaubte?
    Mfg Heinz

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