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The beginning of July marked the renewal of air services in many countries and for many operators. For example, low-coster Ryanair has returned to flying with over 1,000 daily flights all across Europe in July.
By introducing more flights, Ryanair is placing back on track with almost 90% of its pre-Covid-19 route network. Although frequencies of flights are lower, the company is back to flying across 200 European airports.
In July Ryanair expects to carry over 4.5 million customers, especially to the Mediterranean destinations.
“We have been back flying approx. 250 flights daily for the last 10 days of June to bring our aircraft, our crews and our maintenance teams back into service. Starting today, we are operating 1,000 daily flights across our entire European network, which is approx. 40% of our normal July capacity,” said Michael O’Leary, Ryanair Group’s CEO.