Ryanair Reopens Routes
Since the beginning of July, Ryanair has reopened more than 170 routes from and to 27 airports across France, that’s over 1000 flights per day!
With the lifting of quarantine in many European countries, air travel is no longer restricted to the strictly necessary. Nevertheless, the airline encourages travellers to take careful note of their new health measures before booking their flights.
Mandatory Masks – customers to wear face masks/coverings at all times in the terminal and on board the aircraft; Ryanair crew to wear face masks for the whole duration of the flight, including boarding and landing.
Temperature Checks – on all persons entering airport (prior to check-in/ security screening), customers also urged to check their temperature prior to departing home.
Hand hygiene – customers & crew encouraged to regularly hand wash and use hand sanitisers throughout airport terminals before boarding.
Pre-Airport Check-In & Boarding Pass – customers encouraged to check-in online and download boarding passes via the Ryanair app.
Self-Service – bag drops limited to self-service in all airports where service is available. Customers also to self-scan their boarding passes when boarding.
Limited Baggage – customers urged to minimise baggage – preferably to 2 carry-on bags only.
Fast Track & Priority Boarding – use of the fast track service to reduce queuing times at airport security and Priority Boarding to reduce interaction.
No queuing – during boarding no customers will be allowed to dwell in boarding stairwells or air bridges; queuing will not be allowed on board at toilets.
Cashless Payments – card payments only for all in-flight purchases and airport fees/charges.
Limited Trolley Service – a limited in-flight Getaway Cafe service will operate offering pre-packaged snacks and drinks; Ryanair’s Runway Retail in-flight magazine will be only available on the Ryanair app.
Aircraft Sanitisation – all aircraft disinfected daily with hospital grade disinfectant chemicals that are effective for over 24 hours.
HEPA filters – fleet fitted with state-of-the-art filtering system, which removes airborne particles and recycles air flow every 3-4 minutes.