Ryanair passengers will have to ask to use lavatory

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Ryanair passengers will have to ask to use lavatory
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European discount carrier Ryanair will require passengers to ask permission to use the lavatory, starting July 1.

Queuing for toilets will be prohibited.

Ryanair also will require mandatory masks, do temperature checks, disinfect aircraft interior surfaces daily, and serve only pre-packaged food and beverages. 

In July, Ryanair will increase its schedule to 1,000 flights per day from its current skeleton schedule of 30 flights per day. Those 1,000 flights would bring Ryanair to 40% of its normal flight schedule and 90% of its normal route network.

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