A small number of flights will restart initially, the airline said, and comprise mainly domestic routes in the United Kingdom and France.
The budget airline said it intends to resume certain, mostly domestic, short-haul flights from Nice, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Nantes, Lyon and Lille.
The move would see scheduled flights from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness airports.
EasyJet's competitor Ryanair has actually likewise revealed a resumption offlights The Irish service provider plans to reactivate 40% of its flights in July, operating virtually 1,000 a day, yet with just half the variety of travelers in between July and September than formerly anticipated. Ground crew and cabin will not handle documents, so passengers will be asked to present and scan their own documents.
The airline has announced its intention to resume some United Kingdom and a small number of global routes from 15 June.
EasyJet's president, Johan Lundgren, stated the airline company was taking "small and carefully planned steps" to progressively resume procedures. There will be no food service onboard, initially.
Hial said it had introduced new processes, including cleaning regimes and social distancing procedures, to help limit the spread of infection and protect the health and wellbeing of staff and passengers. Further courses will certainly be included the adhering to weeks, as and when guest need surges and lockdown gauges convenience more across Europe.
The decision has been taken in consultation with advice from aviation authorities, and "in line with relevant national authorities and medical advice through the airline's chief medical adviser", it says.
"We stand ready to facilitate travel when required and are regularly speaking with our airlines partners about their plans, and anyone who is travelling must ensure they are following travel guidance".
The airline's low-priced rival Ryanair had spoken of a return to flights from July.
Lundgren added that the safety measures will remain in place for as long as is needed.