EasyJet will start flying again from mid-June. Initially, the British low coster starts with domestic flights in the United Kingdom and France. On those routes, there is enough customer demand to operate profitably.
During the flights, travellers will have to wear a face mask. Cabin crew and ground staff will also wear it. Travellers cannot get food during the flights either.
In the coming weeks, easyJet hopes to resume more routes. That depends on the weakening of quarantine measures in European countries and whether there is enough interest from customers. EasyJet will continue to work on the schedule and capacity for the rest of the year.