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The low-cost, "Irish Air" Irish Airways plans to restart 40% of flights starting next July, after reducing its operations to a minimum since mid-March with the outbreak of the Corona virus.

The Dublin-based company has reported that it is preparing to return to 40% of normal flight schedules, noting that these schedules are subject to government restrictions on flights within the European Union and the development of effective public health measures at airports.

The carrier indicated that there will be a daily flight schedule for nearly a thousand flights and restore 90% of its network before the "Covid-19" epidemic, as since mid-March, Ryanair operates only 30 flights per day between Britain and Ireland and the rest of Europe