In July and August, Ryanair will operate over 1,000 daily flights across 200 European airports, restoring almost 90% of its pre-Covid-19 route network, although with lower frequencies and lower fares.
In line with the recommendations of EASA and the ECDC, Ryanair has introduced new health measures for both our crews and our passengers, which will minimize the risk of Covid-19 on Ryanair flights. These include mandatory face masks/coverings, fewer check bags, cashless inflight services, and improved hygiene procedures.
“We have been back flying approximately 250 flights daily for the last 10 days of June to bring our aircraft, our crews and our maintenance teams back into service,” said Ryanair Group’s CEO Michael O’Leary. “In July we expect to carry more than 4.5 million customers, many of whom will be taking holidays.”
Ryanair will be releasing 500,000 seats on sale from just €19.99 one way for travel in late Aug & Sept.