Travellers are also encouraged to download the TUI app and check-in online to avoid long queues and ensure social distancing at the airport.
Similarly, Ryanair is also asking customers to follow some vital steps at home before they venture to the airport.
They warn that failure to do so could run the risk of missing out on holidays altogether.
As Ryanair explains on its website: “Remember to check your temperature before travelling.
It continues: “We’ve been training our in-resort teams for weeks.
“And, all our resorts and hotels will have the highest possible hygiene standards in place before they re-open.
“Guest rooms and all other areas of the hotel will be regularly and thoroughly deep-cleaned.
“Plus, other measures will be in place, in line with the local regulations in the resort.
“For example, you might see social distancing markers – these could be everywhere from restaurants and entertainment venues right through to the sunbeds by the pool.”
Social distancing measures do mean that some elements of the holiday experience may be quite different, such as the amendments to the way sports facilities work, or a reduction in table service in restaurants.
However, the holiday provider assures: “You can still expect the same excellent service TUI is famous for.”
Source Daily Express :: Travel Feed