Compulsory facemasks and a new safety video: On board Wizz Air as it resumes overseas flights
As airline giants easyJet, Ryanair and British Airways remain grounded due to the coronavirus pandemic, the industry's future looks bleak.
But one budget carrier is now allowing passengers to nip back and forth from eastern European cities for as little as £26.
Wizz Air flyers were able to take to the skies from today but had to don a facemask, sit two metres away from each other and forget about the prospect of in-flight food.
The low-cost Hungarian company is the first to restart commercial routes from the UK to European destinations including Portugal, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria.