BUDGET airline Wizz Air has resumed flights, after grounding some of its jets due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Flights will take-off from London Luton. Here's everything you need to know.
When does Wizz Air resume flights?
Wizz Air resumed flights on Friday, May 1.
Cabin crew will be required to wear masks and gloves on all flights and will distribute sanitising wipes for passengers, the airline said in a statement.
New distancing measures will also be introduced during boarding and aircraft will be disinfected overnight, while passengers will also be required to wear face masks and onboard magazines will be removed from the aircraft.
Which destinations are they flying to?
From May 1, flights will resume from Luton to selected airports in Hungary, Portugal, Spain and Israel.
They Tweeted: "YES to wearing face masks. YES to thorough cleaning of the aircraft each day. YES to sanitizing wipes. YES to social distancing and more," alongside a safety video.
Owain Jones, Wizz Air UK's managing director, said: "As we restart selected Luton flights to provide an essential service to passengers who need to travel, our primary concern is the health, safety and well-being of our customers and crew.
"The protective measures that we are implementing will ensure the most sanitary conditions possible.
"We encourage our customers to watch our new video on how to stay safe when travelling, as well as for more details on our new health and safety measures."
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