From March 17, passengers of all Utair flights can fly without medical masks. This was reported to TRN by the press service of the carrier.
“Due to the stabilization of the epidemiological situation, we are moving to the final stage of lifting the anti-COVID restrictions and from today we are canceling the mask regime on the airline’s flights. For their own comfort and safety, passengers can always use a mask if they wish,” said Oleg Semyonov, President of Utair – Passenger Airlines.
The crew may ask passengers to wear medical masks if a person with fever and symptoms of an infectious disease is flying on board.
We also recommend that passengers clarify the anti-COVID requirements that apply at airports of arrival and departure.
The airline plays a key role in providing passenger and cargo transportation in the regions of Russia, especially in remote areas of the North, and also makes a decisive contribution to air transport support for the exploration, production and transportation of hydrocarbons in Western and Eastern Siberia.< /p>