European budget carrier Ryanair will restore 40% of its flights from July 1, according to a statement from the airline on Tuesday.
Ryanair will operate a daily flight schedule of almost 1,000 flights, subject to government restrictions and public health measures, the statement said.
In addition, flight crew and passengers will be required to wear face masks and must pass temperature checks in order to fly.
“From July, Ryanair will restart flying from most of its 80 bases across Europe.”
The statement added there would be fewer daily and weekly flights on the airline’s main routes as it worked to restore services to a wider range of destinations.
Job cuts: Ryanair on May 1 announced plans to cut up to 3,000 jobs as it tries to trim costs to deal with the fallout from the pandemic. At the time, the airline said it expected the recovery of passenger demand and pricing to take until at least summer 2022.