The airline announces a cautious restart on some routes from 15 June ahead of an investor vote that could see its CEO forced out.
EasyJet says it plans to resume a small number of flights next month with strict safety protocols for passengers and crew alike.
Top of the measures, the no-frills carrier said, would be the wearing of face masks for all those aboard its aircraft.
The company said it would likely operate domestic flights within the UK and France from 15 June with the only international service being Gatwick to Nice initially.
The UK airports to see the limited domestic services return will be Bristol, Birmingham, Gatwick, Liverpool, Newcastle,
Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and Belfast, easyJet added.
Shares were more than 2.5% up in early trading after a plunge of 60% in the year to date.
The airline made its announcement as it faces a series of headaches away from flight operations - largely grounded by COVID-19 since March.
It revealed on Tuesday a hacking of its digital systems that exposed personal details of nine million customers.