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Customers will no longer need to pay a flight change fee if they're travelling with Ryanair in the next few months.
The airline announced it will extend the waiving of its flight change fee to allow Brits to book holidays without worrying to cancel.
Ryanair has already removed the flight change fee for new July and August bookings because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Now from today, customers who book holidays in September will not be required to pay a fee should they change their trips.
Those passengers will be able to move their flights with zero charge fee to travel until December 31, 2020.
Ryanair’s Director of Marketing & Digital, Dara Brady said: "In order to provide as much flexibility and confidence as possible for our customers this summer, we have extended the waiving of our flight change fee to new September bookings.
"As the holiday season will be prolonged this year, customers can now plan a well-deserved break knowing that flights in July, August and now September can be moved without any flight change fee if their travel plans change."
Passengers flying with Ryanair will have to wear face masks or coverings as part of the airline's enhanced safety measures.
The carrier has already restored almost 90% of its route network but frequencies will be lower than normal.
Michael O’Leary, Ryanair Group’s chief executive, said: "We expect in July to carry more than 4.5 million customers, many of them families taking well earned Mediterranean holidays after the severe challenges of the Covid-19 lockdown, home schooling, etc.
"These 1,000 daily flights mark an important turning point for Ryanair and for the tourism industry of Europe, which supports so many jobs and small businesses."
Ryanair operated around 250 flights every day for the last 10 days of June with the numbers increasing this month.
The airline is flying from a number of UK airports, including London Stansted, London Gatwick, London Luton and more.
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