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EasyJet has announced plans to resume flights from UK to France from June 15, but official travel advice has not yet changed

As budget airline EasyJet announces plans to restart flights between the UK and France from June 15, we look at the current official rules on UK-France travel, which have not yet changed.

EasyJet today (Thursday May 21) announced that it is aiming to restart flights between London Gatwick to Nice from June 15. This will be its only UK-France service.

It also said that it would operate domestic flights within the UK and France. 

In the UK, airports operating flights will comprise London Gatwick, Bristol, Birmingham, Liverpool, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Belfast, and the Isle of Man.

In France, airports operating will be Nice, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Nantes, Lyon and Lille (as well as Geneva in Switzerland).

CEO Johan Lundgren said: “These are small and carefully planned steps.” 

He explained that more routes would be confirmed in the coming weeks, “as customer demand increases and lockdown measures across Europe are relaxed”.

EasyJet said that it would use "enhanced cleaning and disinfection" on its planes, and that no food would be served on board.


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