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英国易捷航空公司将于6月中旬恢复航班

2020-5-22 12:24

 

伦敦,5月21日(新华社)——周四,英国廉价航空公司易捷航空宣布将于6月15日恢复航班,初步计划主要包括英国和法国的国内航班。


该航空公司在一份声明中表示,少数航班将在“我们认为有足够的客户需求来支持盈利的飞行”的航线上重新启动,随着客户需求的增加和欧洲各地放松封锁措施,未来几周还将宣布更多的航线。


该公司在3月底表示,由于新冠肺炎疫情爆发期间前所未有的旅行限制和大规模封锁,该公司已经停飞了所有飞机,并取消了所有航班。


在恢复航班的同时,易捷航空还宣布了一系列新措施,以“确保乘客和机组人员的健康和福祉”,包括“乘客、客舱和地勤人员将被要求佩戴口罩”。


“我真的很高兴我们将在六月中旬回归飞行。这些都是小而精心计划的步骤,我们正在逐步恢复运营,”easyJet首席执行官Johan Lundgren说。


伦德格伦表示,该公司将继续“密切关注欧洲各地的情况”,并在更多限制解除以满足需求时调整行程。


伦德格伦补充说:“乘客的安全和健康仍然是我们最优先考虑的事情,这就是为什么我们在旅途的每一段都采取了一系列措施来提高安全,从给飞机消毒到要求乘客和机组人员戴口罩。”


伦德格伦说,在世界继续从COVID-19大流行的影响中恢复之际,只要需要确保乘客和机组人员安全飞行,这些措施就将继续“到位”。

 

LONDON, May 21 (Xinhua) -- British low-cost airline easyJet announced Thursday that it will resume flights on June 15, with initial schedule being expected to comprise mainly domestic flying in Britain and France.

A small number of flights will restart on routes "where we believe there is sufficient customer demand to support profitable flying" and further routes will be announced over the coming weeks as customer demand increases and lockdown measures across Europe are eased, said the airline in a statement.

At the end of March the company said that it had grounded entire fleet of aircrafts and cancelled all of its flights due to the unprecedented travel restrictions and massive lockdowns amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

Alongside the resumption of flights, easyJet also announced a range of new measures to "ensure the health and wellbeing of both customers and crew onboard", including that "customers, cabin and ground crew will be required to wear masks."

"I am really pleased that we will be returning to flying in the middle of June. These are small and carefully planned steps that we are taking to gradually resume operations," said Johan Lundgren, CEO of easyJet.

Lundgren said the carrier would continue to "closely monitor the situation across Europe" and adjust the schedule when more restrictions are lifted to match demand.

"The safety and wellbeing of our customers remains our highest priority, which is why we are implementing a number of measures to enhance safety at each part of the journey, from disinfecting the aircraft to requiring customers and crew to wear masks," added Lundgren.

These measures will remain "in place" as long as it is needed to ensure customers and crew to fly safely as the world continues to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, said Lundgren.

 

来自: xinhua