Pirates, we are keeping our eyes on the news on when we can travel next and easyJet have confirmed they have plans to get half of their routes up and running next month and up to 75% by the end of August!
Summer travel may not be off the cards just yet, reduced travellers, mean reduced services but as long as some are going it is game on if you wish to head off on a summer getaway.
easyJet announced they would start flying within the UK and to France from June 15th, and from July the 1st you can now book flights to many more destinations in Europe.
easyJet are already offering travellers the chance to amend their fares up to 14 days in advance - giving you more flexibility if you are somehow unable to travel on your selected date.
“We are delighted to announce that we will be flying the majority of our route network across Europe, meaning customers can still get to their chosen destination for their summer holidays this year.” Chief commercial and planning officer, Robert Carey, said.
Travellers, as well as cabin crew will be required to wear face masks on the flight and there will be no opportunity for you to buy food or drinks in the beginning. There will also be enhanced cleaning and disinfection of aircrafts and disinfectant wipes and hand sanitiser will be available onboard.
Please note: The UK Foreign Office currently warns against all non-essential travel at the moment and a 14 day quarantine on return from 8th June, however, more than 200 travel industry leaders are petitioning the government to end the quarantine rule on arrivals into the UK.