Foreign Office updates rules for Italy

By Linsey McNeill
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The Foreign Office (FCDO) has updated its travel advice for Italy after a change in local laws.

It says that face masks are no longer required on flights to Italy, however some airlines might still require them.

Ryanair still states on its website that FF2-type masks are required for flights to Itay, for example.

While most air passengers have not been required to wear masks on flights to and from Italy for a few weeks, some airlines have insisted on them when boarding flights in Italy, but not once seated.

In its latest update, the FCDO said: “The Italian government has removed the requirement to wear masks on flights in and to or from Italy. Check with your travel operator before travelling.”

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