RYANAIR intends to resume flights starting July 1.
Ryanair, Europe's largest low-cost airline, today (May 12) announced plans to resume 40% of flights from 1 July 2020, subject to government restrictions on lifting intra-EU flights and public health measures. effective.
Thus, Ryanair intends to operate up to 1.000 daily flights on 90% of the existing routes in the pre-COVID network. Full details about these routes, frequencies, flight hours and promotional prices are available on www.ryanair.com.
RYANAIR intends to resume 40% of flights on most routes
From the flight restrictions imposed since March, Ryanair operated a total of 30 flights between Ireland, the United Kingdom and Europe. From July, Ryanair will resume flights from most bases in Europe (80 in number).
Daily / weekly frequencies will be less on the main routes because Ryanair is working to resume flights on most routes. He doesn't want to fly many frequencies on few routes.
However, RYANAIR will take special measures to protect passengers and crew. On board its aircraft, Ryanair cabin crews will wear masks and limited commercial operations will be operated without cash. All transactions on board will be cashless. Toilet queues will also be prohibited on board, although access to the toilet will be made available to passengers. Ryanair encourages passengers to apply minimum hygiene rules, wash their hands and use hand sanitizers in airport terminals.