Some of the the first international routes, which include services Paris, Milan and Barcelona, as well as destinations in the Balearic islands and the Canary islands, and airports in Greece, Croatia and Portugal.
The additional measures in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus will include a “disinfection improved performance of the aircraft,” the compulsory wearing of masks by the crew and the customers, and the removal of catering services on board.
Robert Carey, director of commercial and strategic, said: “These measures shall remain in place as long as necessary to ensure that customers and crew can fly safely while the world continues to recover from the impact of the pandemic of sars coronavirus. ”
Greg Dickinson of Telegraph Travel was on the first flight EasyJet operated since the beginning of the pandemic. Read his review of the experience.