Coronavirus: Even a Boeing 747 Wore A 'MASK' When It Landed At Changi Airport
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August 31, 2020 - by Ng Keng Gene for straitstimes.com
SINGAPORE - The blue mask is a common sight these days but on Thursday (Aug 27) morning, it was spotted on a Cargolux Airlines Boeing 747-8 at Changi Airport.
Flight CLX 7952 landed in Singapore "masked up", four months after mask-wearing was made compulsory for those here on April 14 to combat the spread of Covid-19.
The special livery covers the nose of the plane with straps highlighting a message appropriate to current times: "Not without my mask...
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