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      Ryanair reopens and resumes services from 1 st of July

      Ryanair is a European airline providing flights to popular holiday destination such as Italy, Greece, Spain, Ukraine and Portugal as well as many more destinations. Formally named after the Ryan the founder, the airline is Europe’s largest low fare airline. Ryanair has confirmed that they will be resuming 40% of their normal July flight schedules from the 1st of July.

      So, what does this mean for you?

      Ryanair will be operating 1000 flights daily which means you can get that quick getaway with the lockdown now easing. So pre book with Tranzitt today and save yourself the hassle of arranging transport last minute. Feel at ease and limit your exposure to COVID-19 by choosing Tranzitt.

      Which countries are Ryanair opening to?

      Ryanair is a European airline and will be opening to name but a few:

      • Italy
      • Cyprus
      • Greece
      • Spain
      • UK
      • Ireland
      • Malta
      • Belgium
      • Portugal
      • Germany
      • France
      • Austria

      What regulations have Ryanair put in place to ensure their passengers are safe?

      The CEO of Ryanair Eddie Wilson has announced that they will operate by implementing the new health guidelines, this means that all passengers and crew must all wear face masks. The CEO announced that passengers should wear their mask at all times in the airport and on board and that these were EU guidelines that they were following to prevent the spread of the virus.

      Ryanair have outlined regulations followed by each country to find out more visit:

      For UK guidelines regarding travelling abroad visit:
      Tranzitt - Ryanair reopens and resumes services from 1st of July

      Tranzitt goes above and beyond to ensure our customers are safe. We have altered our journey to provide you a safe journey to let you live life whilst preventing the spread of COVID-19. Check out our page on our adapted services in accordance with UK government health guidelines.

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