Ryanair has set up an information page on its website that allows users to see when the airline expects to fly to various European countries.
The vast majority of Ryanair planes have been grounded since March when strict lockdown measures came into place across Europe. However, the airline is making plans to operate again and confirmed earlier this week that face coverings will be a necessary requirement on all flights this summer.
📌 We’ve created an information page for travel restrictions updates across Europe - which we’ll be updating regularly with the latest developments from the relevant authorities 🛫
— Ryanair (@Ryanair) May 22, 2020
Ryanair intends to operate 1,000 daily flights from July 1 and have released information on the following destinations among others...
- From June 3: Italy open to holidaymakers.
- From June 15: Sardinia for domestic visitors and 25 June for international.
- From June 15: Cyprus open to holidaymakers.
- From June 15: Athens open to holidaymakers
- From July 1: Greek islands open
- From May 20: direct flights from Italy allowed.
- 14-day self-isolation required upon arrival.
- End June: expected reactivation of international tourism
- Until at least June 15: borders closed outside of the EU / Schengen / UK.
- Visitors travelling must present an intl. travels attestation and a letter certifying they do not have Covid-19 symptoms
If you had plans to go to any of the above nations or others such as the UK, Germany, Poland, Belgium, Malta, Portugal and more, you can find out more information here.