It is likely that all customers and staff will be required to wear a mask or face covering throughout the airport and at various points along your journey. We recommend you bring your own mask for your comfort throughout, though extra masks and PPE kits will be available if you need one.
For your own safety, and the safety of your fellow travellers, we’d recommend carrying hand wipes or liquid sanitiser with you (under 100ml) as you travel. You’ll also find hand sanitiser dispensers for your use throughout the airports, on arrival, and at your destination resort.
Where possible, avoid touching counters at ticket desks, information booths, and handgrips and handrails unnecessarily.
Keeping a safe distance from those around you will continue to be of importance on your journey. Often keeping a minimum of 2 metres between yourself and other travellers will simply not be possible, but do what you can.
Floors will be clearly marked to provide guidance for maintaining a safe distance, especially at check in, when waiting to board the aircraft, and during immigration at your destination.
Whether you have a travel insurance policy in place or are looking to arrange cover for your future holiday, you will need to speak to your insurance provider to discuss the cover in relation to Covid-19. Every policy is different; some policy providers have all Covid-19 related claims excluded, whilst others will cover medical expenses and repatriation in the event you fall ill with Covid-19 whilst abroad.
It is important to ensure your travel insurance best suits your needs, so speak to your insurer before travelling and ask what is, and what is not covered.