Irish airline Ryanair plans to resume 40 percent of its flights from July 1, equivalent to 1,000 flights per day.
They want to do that with the right health measures such as wearing mouth masks and temperature measurements for passengers and flight crew.
Passengers will then also have to ask the crew for permission to use the toilet.
Europe’s largest budget flyer wants to fly to about 90 percent of the destinations that were on the flight schedule before the coronavirus outbreak.
“We will start flying again from most of our eighty bases in Europe,” it says.
“There will be fewer flights per day or per week than usual on certain routes, as we choose to restart as many connections as possible rather than flying a lot on just a few routes.”