British Easyjet Wants to Start Its Flights From 1 July

British Easyjet Wants to Start Its Flights From 1 July

British easyJet wants to start its flights from 1 July. Due to the corona crisis, the company grounded aircraft for weeks.


EasyJet will resume 35 routes from Amsterdam to European destinations this summer.

The flight frequency will be lower than usual. According to the price fighter, this is also in line with customer demand.

EasyJet previously announced that it would start flying within the United Kingdom, France and Italy from 15 June. The company plans to operate 50 percent and 75 percent of its more than a thousand routes in July and August respectively.

Total capacity between July and September is 30 percent, compared to the same period last year.

EasyJet has been temporarily suspending its flights since the end of March. The new security measures will be respected when activities are resumed.

For example, stricter cleaning and disinfection procedures apply. Face masks for passengers and crew are also mandatory. Furthermore, no food and drink are served on short-haul flights.

EasyJet will fly from Schiphol to London Gatwick and London Luton, among others. Cities such as Milan, Naples, Nice, Berlin, Malaga, Mallorca and Tel Aviv will also be revisited in July.

From August onwards, Rome, Venice, Vienna, Copenhagen and London Stansted will be added.

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