Wizz Air has resumed flights to / from London Luton. The first flight was on the route Sofia - London.
After a hiatus caused by the pandemic with the new coronavirus, London Luton International Airport began to come alive. In the early hours of Friday morning, May 1, 2020, about 100 people arrived in the UK on the flight Sofia - London Luton, operated by Wizz Air.
And on the return flight it was bustling, a sign that people want to travel. According to some publications in Great Britain, the first passengers were not tourists, with seasonal workers. They will reach fruit and vegetable farms in the UK. Others will work on site or in fast food restaurants.
Wizz Air has resumed flights to / from London Luton
There were also members of British-Bulgarian families, who were caught in Bulgaria with the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the borders were closed.
All passengers wore masks according to the new measures taken by Wizz Air. The degree of loading of the aircraft did not exceed 50%, and the social distance on board was made very easy. The rules of social distance were also observed in airports. Passengers arriving from Sofia were welcomed by their employers.
On Friday, May 1, 2020, 3 flights were scheduled to arrive in London, 2 of them from Sofia. The 3rd flight was on the route Budapest - London and return.
Friday's flights were supposed to be to / from destinations in Romania, but the government in Bucharest issued Military Ordinance 10 and flights to the UK were suspended until 14 May.
That being said, we wish you well. "Clear sky!”And quiet flights.