Ryanair has announced it’s restarting flights early.
The low-cost airline was due to resume flights on July 1 but has confirmed some routes will now restart on June 21 – the same day Spain lifts its border restrictions to welcome back tourists.
A flight to Alicante in Spain is scheduled to leave East Midlands Airport on Sunday at 3.45pm with a total of 16 Ryanair flights scheduled to and from EMA until the end of the month.
And a flight from Manchester Airport will touch down at 5.55pm in Tenerife, reports Spanish newspaper El Dia.
When they “officially” restart on July 1 the Irish carrier has said it will operate flights to “key holiday airports” in Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece and Cyprus.