EasyJet to resume flights on June 15 with all on board wearing masks

London - British low-cost airline EasyJet is set to resume flights from June 15, mainly on routes within Britain, and with everyone required to wear face masks and no food sold on board.

A total of 22 airports will be served, including London Gatwick, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Belfast, the company said on Thursday.
The only international route from Britain will be between Gatwick and Nice, France.
EasyJet grounded all of its flights in late March due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, which triggered global travel restrictions and a drastic fall in air travel.
When the airline takes to the skies once again next month, all passengers, crew and ground personnel will have to wear masks, in line with policies put in place by other carriers.
There will be no food sold during flights, and disinfection wipes and hand sanitiser will be made available to passengers, EasyJet said.
"These are small and carefully planned steps that we are taking to gradually resume operations," chief executive Johan Lundgren s

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