Memmingen: Airport defends itself against allegations

Logo at Memmingen Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Logo at Memmingen Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Memmingen: Airport defends itself against allegations

Logo at Memmingen Airport (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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Allgäu Airport had to justify itself in the last few days.

Quite a few people close together, without a minimum distance and sometimes without a mask: a Bulgarian passenger made this devastating discovery in Memmingen and also documented this situation. The man must have been relatively upset about it. Because a little later the pictures landed in the Münchner Merkur and forced the airport management to make a statement. At the airport it is said that “in exceptional cases” the prescribed distance of 1,50 m cannot be maintained, for example when entering the country, returning baggage or boarding. That is why it is compulsory for employees and passengers to wear mouth and nose protection in the entire airport terminal and this is indicated in various places by corresponding mandatory signs. In addition, compliance with the mask requirement is checked by employees and the state police. The airport would not be responsible for non-compliance with the corona rules by passengers, reports br.de. The phenomenon of jostling is apparently in the nature of people and cannot always be prevented by security personnel.

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