Singapore Airlines, Scoot flight crew not required to wear masks from June 1; some staff raise concerns
SINGAPORE - Pilots and cabin crew on Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Scoot flights will no longer be required to wear masks while operating flights from June 1, but some flight crew are concerned that this rule is now mandatory.
An internal memo sent out by the two airlines stated that in order for the airline group to maintain a “unified and consistent approach”, flight attendants “should not wear masks” while in uniform. The screenshots were sent to Chinese daily Lianhe Zaobao on Thursday.……
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Andrew Au Yong 28/05/2023
MOH just announced 20k+ infected with Covid-19 & the hospitals are full house. So let's see whether another round of controls and curbs. The crews should be given the option whether they prefer to wear a mask while working onboard the airplane. Any opinions from others?
is actually safer to wear mask as the covid virus is not over yet. the airplane is an enclosed areas and the virus can spread if we don't take precautions especially so many people are travelling and this is a possible spread
ya lar... for what still want to wear mask if not sick... COVID-19 is over. virus has become a norm.
Ya to be ready for new CCPnchina variant huh
Astro KW 29/05/2023
So, so SIA, Scoot care more about their '.. unified and consistent Image..' than your Health! 😓 The virus🦠 is very much still in the air, and crew has the 'RIGHT' to protect themselves even if you Don't care! 😓 Shame2.. SIA!!! 😥