British low-cost carrier Easyjet just announced plans to resume a small fraction of its operation on June 15. Similarly to many other airlines, the use of mask onboard will be compulsory
According to Reuters, Easyjet will start operating again on June 15, after grounding its fleet in late March, after countries started to impose heavy restrictions in the movement of people in order to stop the spread of the new coronavirus.
In this first phase, the airline will focus in restarting domestic flights in UK and France, routes that the airline believes “there will be enough demand to support profitable flying”. The operation to other destinations is left for a latter date.
As its main competitors, Wizz Air and Ryanair, Easyjet also imposed the use of masks on board and put in place other safety measures as the enhanced clean of the aircraft. According with the airline, initially there will be no onboard food service of flights.