JET2 are gearing up for the relaunch of their summer holidays next week, with trips restarting from July 15.
The travel company has now released a number of rules for travellers to follow, in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
They include masks for anyone aged six or over, keeping hand luggage light and restricted boarding.
Before arrival at the airport, passengers are asking to access the Jet2 app and check-in online, then download their boarding pass.
While the airline is still allowing up to 10kg of hand luggage, they are asking customers to pack as light as possible – although everyone should pack as many masks as they will need for their whole holiday.
Travellers aged six and over should put their mask on before they enter the airport and keep it on throughout their journey.
Face coverings such as scarves, snoods and balaclavas are not considered acceptable by Jet2.
Once at the airport, guests can either drop their bags with a member of staff or use their one-touch self service kiosks.
At the gate, boarding is now being done in small groups to allow for social distancing, and customers are asked to scan their own boarding passes and show their passports to the flight attendants.
According to the airline, all planes are cleaned daily in addition to being fogged with disinfectant spray.
Food and duty-free items are still being sold onboard, but customers are asked to use contactless payments wherever possible.
Jet2 have seven nights all-inclusive, including flights this August on the Costa Blanca from £401pp and flights to Tenerife from £40pp or Malaga from £35pp this summer.
Prices were correct at time of publication.
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Coronavirus lockdown restrictions have meant people have had to self-isolate for two weeks upon returning to the UK – but that is all set to change on July 10.
Last week, the government announced 74 countries which will be exempt from the UK quarantine.
Yet of those 74 countries, only 25 of them are currently letting Brits into the country unrestricted.
Click here to find out the full list of countries with unrestricted travel.