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I think like the UK 40-day isolation is nonsense. There's no scientific basis for it whatsoever given that they introduced a 14-day isolation, and then exempted the Irish and the French. Now I think the Irish are a remarkable race, but I don't know what's so exceptional about the French that you would exempt them from the allegedly scientific basis for this isolation.
What worries us about things like that is that it takes the place of what will be effective measures to allow international air travel to return again, which to my mind will be temperature controls at airports, passengers and crews wearing face masks at all times, trying to implement some physical distancing on board aircraft by not allowing passengers, for example, to queue to go to the toilets.
You can still go to the toilets, but it would be by ringing the bell only. We announced this morning that where we think it's now time to go back flying. We're going to restore about 40 per cent of the normal flight programme from the 1st of July. We've seen a surge of bookings this morning.
I think there's a real pent up demand from families in particular who would like to go to the typical sub, two weeks on holiday in Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Greece in July and August. I think that would be the starting point for return to service.