Frankfurt/London — European airlines are set to resume flying in June, just in time to haul plucky travelers willing to don a face mask to escape for the sunshine of Spain or Greece.

The normally busy European summer season has the potential to bring relief to the worst-hit region in an industry that’s been slammed by the coronavirus pandemic. Yet pulling the fleet out of mothballs as country lockdowns loosen also has its risks...

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