London City Airport has reopened to the general public after it was closed for almost three months due to Covid-19.
Commercial and personal flights stopped working on 25 March attributable to journey restrictions and a collapse in demand.
Government companies and the army have been utilizing the east London airport as an alternative.
On Sunday, the primary commercial flight to restart the airport was from the Isle of Man, which landed at about 18:00 BST.
Initially flights will probably be restricted to these inside the UK and Ireland.
Services to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dublin are anticipated to return subsequent month, whereas new routes to Teesside and Dundee will probably be launched on 6 July. European flights to locations akin to Ibiza, Florence, Malaga and Palma are anticipated to renew within the coming weeks.