In a statement by the club, they have asked the AFL to investigate "claims that several players and staff were not appropriately wearing masks on a return flight from Sydney last Sunday".
"The Club also acknowledges the government requirement for people to wear masks in airports and on all domestic commercial flights to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19," the statement reads.
"Our coaches, players and staff understand it is a privilege to be playing football during these times, as well as the need to adhere to protocols and guidance from health authorities."
"The Club is fully cooperating with the League and awaits the findings of the investigation."
It is required by law that anyone flying in Australia, must wear a mask.