French airlines Air France and Finnish carrier Finnair on Tuesday announced that they would restart flying to Budapest in June and July, respectively.
Air France said one flight a week would resume services in the first week of June, with the number of flights growing to one daily by the end of the month.
Air France plans to operate at 15 percent of its pre-pandemic capacity worldwide by the end of June, the statement said.
Face masks will be mandatory on the planes, and passengers will have their temperatures checked before boarding, they said.
Finnair is planning one flight a week to Budapest from the beginning of July, with their number running up to four a week by the end of the month, their website said.