Irish airline Ryanair plans to resume 40 percent of its flights from July 1. Passengers and cabin crew will wear face masks while temperature tests are introduced, Ryanair said.
The plan is to carry out around a thousand flights every day, bringing the vast majority of the network back into service.
Since mid-March, Ryanair has been flying with a very stripped-down schedule due to government measures to address the coronavirus outbreak.
Besides, passengers must obtain cabin crew approval for use of the toilet to avoid queues and must provide information on their journeys.
This information will be used by governments to monitor quarantine measures.