In agreement with the aeronautical authorities Icao and Easa, EasyJet will put in place all the measures required to guarantee safety: the obligation for passengers and cabin and ground personnel to wear the mask and the suspension of the restaurant service on board to limit contacts and travel during the flight phase. In addition, all aircraft will be equipped with spare health devices, including masks, gloves and disinfectant for the hands, available to passengers and crew, in case of need. The aircraft will also be subjected to daily thorough cleaning, in addition to that normally provided, and one full sanitization of the cabin which guarantees the protection of surfaces from viruses for at least 24 hours.
“We are very happy to finally be able to fly back to Italy, even if initially with a reduced number of connections. Air transport is a fundamental service and will play a crucial role in the recovery of the country’s economy, allowing the mobility of people and companies. “he said Lorenzo Lagorio, Country Manager of EasyJet Italia.
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