Gatwick is to reopen its North Terminal on 15th June and has introduced a range of measures to protect the wellbeing of passengers and staff alike.
Passengers will be required to wear a face covering within the airport, as will all staff working in passenger-facing areas.
Face mask vending machines will be installed - selling four masks for £3 - with profits donated to a local charity.
The UK’s second-busiest airport has also installed 200 sanitiser stations and introduced regular deep cleaning; dedicated teams will also be on hand to respond to any passenger concerns on cleanliness
Protective screens have been erected throughout the building, including check in desks and gate rooms, and social distancing procedures will be in place to further protect passengers and staff.
easyJet, Wizz Air and Ryanair will be among the carriers operating from the reopened terminal.