Ryanair will allow passengers who book flights for July and August to change their reservations without incurring any amendment fees as long as their trips are completed by the end of the year.
No doubt the airline has relaxed its terms and conditions to encourage people to book in the expectation that travel restrictions are lifted before the peak summer holiday period.
However, passengers who do change their flights will have to pay any difference in air fare, which might be significant.
From July 1, Ryanair plans to operate more than 1,000 flights a day across its entire network.
It will be operating 90% of its routes, but its frequency will be lower than before the lockdown.
The airline has released a video so you can see the safety measures it’s put in place to reduce the risk of your contracting or spreading coronavirus onboard.