The British company announced Thursday that it intends to resume its activity on certain flights, ensuring that the demand was sufficient to make the flights profitable.
EasyJet resumes service. The British company announced Thursday May 21 that it intends to resume certain flights from June 15, “mainly domestic flights in the United Kingdom and France”, with health measures on board.
“A small number of flights will resume on routes where we believe that the demand is sufficient to allow profitable flights”, said in a press release the carrier, whose almost all planes are currently stopped because of the pandemic of coronavirus, which has paralyzed global air traffic.
To reassure travelers, the general manager, Johan Lundgren, announced that when the company’s planes are allowed to fly, the seat in the middle of the aircraft will remain empty to respect social distancing.
The low-cost company EasyJet also announced, Tuesday, May 19, having been the subject of a “highly sophisticated” cyber attack having compromised the personal data of approximately 9 million customers.