Full list of all the EasyJet flights to resume across the UK and Europe in June

EasyJet says it hopes to reopen 75 per cent of its route network by the end of August after announcing plans to resume a number of flights in the coming weeks.

By Sophie Wills
Thursday, 4th June 2020, 2:01 pm

The airline is set to resume operations on June 15, with flights mainly restricted to domestic routes in the UK and France, after grounding its entire fleet due to the coronavirus crisis.

The carrier is aiming to reopen 1,022 routes by the end of July, increasing to 75 per cent during the month of August.

Flights will be at a lower frequency than normal, meaning the airline will operate at around 30 per cent of its normal capacity between July and September.

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An Airbus A320-214 of British airline Easyjet. (Photo by PASCAL PAVANI / AFP) (Photo by PASCAL PAVANI/AFP via Getty Images)

EasyJet's chief commercial and planning officer Robert Carey said: "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.

"We're passionate about helping our customers get back flying, which is why we’re offering one million seats at £29.99 for those planning on booking a holiday this summer.

"Travel restrictions are being lifted and demand is starting to return, so there’s no better time for us to introduce this sale."

The airline industry is one of the hardest hit sectors during the pandemic, with EasyJet axing 4,500 jobs earlier this year and seeing its share prices tumble.

A range of enhanced safety measures will be introduced when the Luton-based carrier resumes its limited flight programme, with cabin and ground crew required to wear masks and no food served onboard.

EasyJet has also produced thousands of face mask covers inspired by comic books to be handed to children in an attempt to ease any anxiety over the new measures.

Further hygiene boosts include enhanced cleaning of planes and disinfection wipes and hand sanitiser provided for passengers.

EasyJet will offer just one international route from the UK - between London Gatwick and Nice in France- from mid June.

This is the full list:

UK

Belfast to Birmingham

Belfast to Bristol

Belfast to Edinburgh

Belfast to Glasgow

Belfast to London Gatwick

Belfast to Liverpool

Belfast to Newcastle

Birmingham to Belfast

Bristol to Belfast

Edinburgh to Belfast

Edinburgh to London Gatwick

Glasgow to Belfast

Glasgow to London Gatwick

Inverness to London Gatwick

Isle of Man to London Gatwick

Isle of Man to Liverpool

London Gatwick to Belfast

London Gatwick to Edinburgh

London Gatwick to Glasgow

London Gatwick to Inverness

London Gatwick to Isle of Man

London Gatwick to Nice

Liverpool to Belfast

Liverpool to Isle of Man

Newcastle to Belfast

FRANCE

Bordeaux to Lyon

Bordeaux to Nice

Paris Charles de Gaulle to Nice

Paris Charles de Gaulle to Toulouse

Lille to Nice

Lyon to Bordeaux

Lyon to Nantes

Nice to Bordeaux

Nice to Paris Charles de Gaulle

Nice to London Gatwick

Nice to Lille

Nice to Nantes

Nice to Toulouse

Nice to Geneva

Nantes to Lyon

Nantes to Nice

Toulouse to Paris Charles de Gaulle

Toulouse to Nice

Portugal

Porto to Geneva

Lisbon to Geneva

SPAIN

Barcelona to Geneva

Geneva to Porto

Geneva to Barcelona

Geneva to Lisbon

Geneva to Nice

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