At Aurigny, we have been working hard to ensure your journey is as safe as possible, allowing you to fly with confidence.
With effect from 17 Feb - The Bailiwick Civil Contingencies Authority has announced that, from 17th February 2022, it will no longer use emergency powers to manage COVID-19 – signalling an end to legally mandated self-isolation for cases and the removal of all border restrictions.
Face masks are still required throughout your journey, in the terminal building, for boarding at the gate and throughout your flight with us. This is mandatory on all Aurigny flights and you will not be permitted to board if you arrive at the gate without one.
Is anyone exempt from wearing a mask?
Only the following are exempt from wearing a face mask as described above:
- Children under the age of eleven;
- Those with a valid reason supported by:
- A medical certificate;
- An exemption document from the UK government website – see: here; or
- A sunflower lanyard.
These must be available on request for airport staff and Aurigny’s crew to see.
Our cabin crew will all be wearing fitted face masks throughout your flight. You should be aware that you may be seated in close proximity to a passenger that is exempt from wearing a mask and due to track and trace requirements are you are not permitted to move from your allocated seat.
*Face masks need to cover your mouth, nose and chin, and should be either a protective or medical-style mask, or a fitted face covering. Face masks or face coverings should be secured to the face without being held. Coverings such as scarves, snoods, balaclavas or any similar items aren’t acceptable for travel and will not be permitted.
Note: A religious face covering which covers the nose, mouth and chin is acceptable.
You must wear your mask throughout your flight. If your mask becomes dirty or damaged on board, our staff may be able to provide you with a replacement.
Information on how to wear a facemask can be seen here.