That the world is slowly returning to normal is proof Wizz Air's decision to renew some of its flights to European destinations.
The CEO of Hungarian low-cost company Stephen Jones revealed on Friday to Austrian journalists that Wizz Air plans to renew its flights from Vienna starting May 1st, it says Reuters.
Also, flights from Luton Airport will be renewed to several European cities, including our capital.
At the beginning twill be several flights a week, and the expectation is that tickets are cheaper due to low demand.
May 1 flights from London to Spain, Portugal, Hungary
Wizz Air became the first airline to renew flights from London to Europe, and the first planes are scheduled to take off as early as Friday, May 1, British reports The Daily Mail.
The planes will fly from London Luton to Tenerife, Bratislava, Budapest, Belgrade and major cities. However, some destinations are expected to refuse to issue a landing permit due to current air traffic bans.
Spain, Serbia and Slovakia still have a ban on the entry of all foreign nationals, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and will only accept its nationals or those traveling for important reasons.
Belgrade Airport has been closed since March 19, when all international flights were suspended, but tare already announcements that it may open to flights from May 1, with due regard for all measures.
Interestingly, it is the first Wizz Air flight Belgrade-London available on May 1, priced at around Rs 2,320 for both routes.
Romania, on the hand, has a requirement that all travelers from the UK go through a 14 day quarantine. Hungary and Portugal do not have a ban, but are forcing all travelers to undergo medical examinations. Anyone who comes to Hungary and shows symptoms of the virus must quarantine for two weeks.
Special measures and controls at airports
Due to the virus coronary pandemic, European air traffic has been reduced by at least 90%, according to IATA data.
CEO of Getwick, Britain's second busiest airport, urged ministers to pass regulations requiring passengers to be tested for Covid-19 at least 48 hours before the trip. Also design a health passport that travelers would carry with them when traveling.
Cabin crew will need to wear masks and gloves while traveling, and sanitary wipes will be handed out to passengers, Wizz Air said in a statement. Airplanes will also be disinfected overnight if used for flights.
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The airline has not announced whether passengers will be required to wear masks, although it is believed that most travelers will practice it.
“As we renew our flights, our main concern will be the health, safety and well-being of our passengers and staff. The safeguards we take will ensure the best sanitation, “Jones said.
Other low-cost airlines have not yet announced when they will renew their flights.
Chief rival Ryanair has parked nearly 99 percent of its fleet, keeping only a few scheduled flights until April 30. EasyJet, on the hand, has only been receiving flight bookings since May 18.
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