European airline companies inform increase of the number of carried passengers
European airline company Ryanair in June carried 5.3 million passengers while one year earlier – 400000, the Guardian informs.
Irish low-cost airline company that in June reported the biggest losses for entire 35-years history, last month has carried 5.3 million passengers making 38000 flights.
One more low-cost airline company – Hungarian company Wizz Air in June carried 1.55 million passengers that is three times more than one year earlier.
Restrictions for pandemic response and desperate attempts of the airline companies to find passengers for civil aviation during, it would seem, hopeless times even cause jurisdictional disputes. In Great Britain was prohibited Ryanair advertisement in which airline company urges to travel abroad used motto “get vaccinated in advance”. Advertising regulatory authority considers that necessity to wait necessary period of time after getting last dose is not emphasized enough.
And Irish airline company and Britain alliance of the airports Manchester Airports Group began to judge against system used by Britain government on the base of which residents of the Great Britain advise in which European countries is safe to travel and which are not.