EasyJet to Start Flying again on June 15

LONDON — Budget airline EasyJet says it will start flying again beginning June 15 after being grounded during the pandemic.

The airline says it will resume a small number of domestic flights and a minimal number of international ones in the UK, France, Switzerland, Portugal and Spain.

EasyJet expects to increase its schedule as restrictions are relaxed.

Company CEO Johan Lundgren says in a statement enhanced safety measures will be put in place, including disinfecting the aircraft and asking customers to wear masks on board.


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