Europe’s budget airlines are racing to get us travelling again. But who should you fly with?
For the whole travel industry, 2020 and 2021 have been the most challenging years since 9/11, when air travel dropped overnight.
For airlines, mass cancellations, redundancies and government loans were the markers of 2020. It was much the same for the early part of 2021. But bookings started to creep back from April onwards. This has mostly been thanks to the vaccine rollout, which has enabled governments to reopen their borders and airlines to restart flights that they had put on hold.
The world’s biggest airlines and airports gathered in Milan this week for World Routes 2021. This is an industry event where the travel industry meets to negotiate new airline routes.
Ryanair, EasyJet and Wizz Air, Europe’s biggest budget airlines, were at the conference, reflecting on the past two …
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