Moldova’s only low-cost carrier FlyOne (LCC) to gradually resume scheduled and charter flights to its all 14 destinations starting July 1, the privately-owned airline confirmed in a statement, Russian Aviation Insider reported.
To help passengers and crew members feel safe, Chisinau International Airport-based FlyOne says it implemented additional hygiene measures including regular aircraft disinfection, social distancing rules at check-in and during boarding, and provided antibacterial products for hand sanitation when boarding the aircraft. Also, according to the airline’s new procedures, and based on the operational instructions of Moldovan CAA and EASA, passengers are required to wear gloves and masks before boarding the aircraft. The onboard food services and in-flight magazines will not be available.
Mircea Maleca, FlyOne general manager, said: “We are happy to announce flights re-launch for all passengers who want to travel. To ensure the safety, we have taken additional hygiene measures and will continue to implement new measures based on CAA, EASA and IATA guidelines and instructions as long as it is needed.”
LCC FlyOne was launched in 2016 and currently operates direct flights from the country’s capital Chișinău to 14 destinations, which include ten scheduled services to Frankfurt, Tel Aviv, St Petersburg, London, Moscow, Parma, Verona, Dublin, Lisbon and Paris, and four charter routes to Antalya, Heraklion, Sharm El Sheikh and Bodrum.