There is no on board catering service available during flight start-up. Aircraft are also subject to improved cleaning and disinfection.
The measures were implemented in consultation with aviation authorities ICAO and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), and in accordance with government and medical advice, the airline said.
EasyJet will encourage the use of its mobile app, avoiding paper boarding passes, and pledges to work with airports to ensure that measures recommended by local and European authorities are implemented.
Johan Lundgren, CEO of EasyJet: “I am very happy that we will be flying again in mid-June. These are small and carefully planned steps we are taking to gradually resume operations. ”