Due to new travel warnings and quarantine rules for vacationers, low-cost airline Easyjet cannot offer as much capacity in winter as last announced. The airline is assuming that it will fly “a little less” than the planned 40 percent of the actual offer in the fourth quarter, according to a statement. Further prognoses could still not be made.
“We know that our customers are just as frustrated as we are by the unpredictable travel and quarantine restrictions,” CEO Johan Lundgren is quoted as saying. so that customers can plan confidently. ”On Monday, the government in London decided that returnees from seven Greek islands must be quarantined for 14 days after their arrival.