Ryanair Plans 1000 Flights Per Day By July



As part of its COVID-19 response, Ryanair will require all passengers to fill out a form detailing the length of their planned visit and where they will stay, information that will be provided to European Union governments to monitor quarantine measures.

Ryanair has announced a plan to restore 40% of its flight schedule from July 1.

Passengers will have to be temperature checked before entering the airport and facemasks or face coverings will be mandatory for everyone travelling.

Ryanair published a return to flying video that advises passengers to check their temperature before going to the airport, check in online and download their boarding pass to their smartphone.

Ryanair announced new safety measures today for future flights taking place from July, and within the new regulations includes the rule that customers will have to ask permission to go to the toilet on Ryanair flights.

Ryanair said social distancing will be encouraged "where it is possible".

Since the Covid-19 flight restrictions in mid-March, Ryanair has been operating a skeleton daily schedule of 30 flights between Dublin, the United Kingdom and Europe.

There will be fewer daily and weekly frequencies on trunk routes, as Ryanair works to restore some services on the widest number of routes, rather than operating high-frequency services on a small number.

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Ryanair CEO Eddie Wilson said the firm plans to work closely with public health authorities to make sure it complies with effective measures to reduce the spread of coronavirus.

All onboard transactions will be cashless with a limited in-flight service.

The airline said all aircraft used will be disinfected every night with chemicals "which are effective for more than 24 hours".

Passengers wearing face masks in an nearly deserted Terminal One at Dublin Airport.

Ryanair will resume two out of five flights from July as Michael O'Leary the chief executive said its time to "get Europe flying again".

This information will be provided to European Union governments to help them monitor isolation regulations required of visitors on intra-EU flights. Governments around Europe have implemented a 4-month lockdown to limit the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

'This contact information will be provided to European Union governments to help them to monitor any isolation regulations they require of visitors on intra-EU flights'.

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