How many G&Ts does a person need in order to forget about the mask? Asking for a friend.
Flying with a mask hasn’t been a problem for me, and I’ve now flown cross-country (USA) several times since the beginning of the pandemic. The only time the mask has driven me absolutely nuts was during the two weeks I had to wear my glasses. If you’re going to travel a long distance, Bixa, you might try to make your mask and glasses fit better. (I have a friend who orders special fit, handmade masks that work well with her glasses). Or, if it’s possible to go back to wearing contact lenses again, you might look into that scenario.
I wear my mask when I am supposed to, and that includes when I go to the movies at 8am and I am the only person in the cinema. And even when there are two or three people behind me (since I sit in the front), my mask is always on, even though nobody would know if I pulled it down.
I will admit that even at the very beginning when we were told to never touch our faces, I always did and I still do. I scratch my cheek, I stick a finger in my nose, I rub my eyebrows. I know where my hands have been and if it is safe to touch myself.
On a long flight it would be the same, so 10 hours on a plane would not be a problem.
I find FFP2 less of a problem with glasses. And once i board a plane i have my ffp2.
I always wear my mask everywhere. However when in a place with people not wearing them, i do the following - tell them - politely - to please wear their mask or stay 2 m from me (like this we at the market) - leave the place - remove my own mask (like today at the flower shop : they are the owner, it is a pretty ipen space)
I gave masks in all my vests, trousers, bags, car etc.