Ryanair will resume more than 90 routes from/to Belgium from 1 July, as part of its summer programme, the Irish airline announced on Friday.
Ryanair had announced at the end of May that it would resume over 40% of its flights from Zaventem and Charleroi from 1 July.
Following the example of other European airlines, Ryanair has been hit hard by the coronavirus crisis which has grounded most of its fleet.
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The low-cost airline has also announced, like several of its competitors, cuts in its staff. For Ryanair, 3,000 jobs are threatened, i.e. 15% of its total staff.
Ryanair transported 148.6 million passengers during its 2019-2020 financial year, making it the leading European airline in terms of the number of passengers carried.
The Brussels Times