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EasyJet first carrier in Europe to restart post lockdown

BRITAIN's biggest discount carrier EasyJet will resume flights from 22 European airports on June 15, becoming one of the first airlines in the region to begin building up services as the coronavirus lockdown eases, reports Bloomberg

25 May 2020 - 19:00

BRITAIN's biggest discount carrier EasyJet will resume flights from 22 European airports on June 15, becoming one of the first airlines in the region to begin building up services as the coronavirus lockdown eases, reports Bloomberg.

It will start with internal flights in the UK and France before announcing more routes in coming weeks as travel restrictions are lifted and demand picks up, the company said.



Passengers, cabin crew and ground staff will be required to wear face masks, in line with guidance by the European Aviation Safety Agency and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. No food will be served on the first flights and customers will be asked to sit apart from others not in their party where spare seats are available.


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