Ryanair announces that it is ready to fly to Europe from July 1st
There are signs of optimism from the airline Ryanair, which from 1 July said it was ready to return to fly to Europe with 40% of its flights.
Of course, the easing of the restrictive measures against the covid-19 pandemic imposed by the European Union will be fundamental to return to operations in the 80 bases in Europe.
At this moment, almost all the planes of the low-cost airline par excellence, is stationary on the ground. Only a few aircraft were used to organize flights with some states to repatriate citizens who remained abroad due to the coronavirus.
From July, there may already be a thousand, Ryanair flights ready to reach Italy, Spain, France, Greece and Portugal every day.
The resumption of flights will certainly entail the use of protective tools (masks) and the measurement of body temperature for travelers, while queues to the toilet during the flight or the purchase of some foods will be prohibited.
Another problem that will hopefully be soon overcome is the request for quarantine on arrival, which would greatly preclude travel for tourism purposes.
Michael O'Leary, president of the Irish company, called this measure "idiotic and inapplicable" and hopes that other ways of avoiding it will be found.
We hope to know as soon as possible how Europe intends to tackle the problem of transport and to return to travel, even if in "covid-19" mode.