Numbers of daily flights in Europe edged above 6,000 on Tuesday 2 June 2020 for the first time since 24 March, and remained there for 4 days, showing that the recovery in air travel is getting underway. Across the whole of the week 1-7 June, flights were up by 675 on average per day on the previous week, a growth of 13%, according to figures from EUROCONTROL. Tuesday 2 June 2020 saw 6,013 flights, a decrease of 82.4% on the 34,090 flights on the equivalent day in 2019. The rest of the week also saw flights above 6,000: Wednesday 3
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