With the requirement being to wear a face mask on all public transport in France, the airport has said that anyone entering the terminal buildings will have to wear a mask as well.
Hand disinfectant points will be placed at all entrances and a series of floor markings have been placed to reduce the crossing of passengers who are either departing or arriving at Bergerac.
Ground stickers have been placed on the outside forecourt area, as well as inside the terminal, with clear signage on entry and exit doorways.
Bergerac Airport has stressed that the wearing of a mask is compulsory for anyone transiting through the terminal, and you will see all staff wearing face masks whilst at work.
One metre distance
Keeping a physical distance of one metre between each other in all queues is also required, this includes check-in, passenger screening, luggage collection at arrivals and the payment stations for airport car parking.
Washing and sanitising your hands will also be made easy with six disinfectant points, as well as soap dispensers in the toilets, which will be cleaned on a regular basis.
And you can also expect to see an increase in the amount of cleaning being done around the airport terminal building as a team will be wiping down kiosks, check-in desks and surfaces.
You will also see plexiglass protection panels at the check-in desks and kiosks, with a small gap below them to allow the checking of flight details, preferably by the scanning of a mobile phone as well as the display of passport details.
Flights to Bergerac
With the collapse of Flybe earlier this year, Bergerac Airport will see regular passenger flights this summer operated by:
* British Airways to London City
* Jet2.com to Leeds - Bradford, Manchester and Birmingham
* Ryanair to Charleroi, London Stansted, Liverpool, Bristol and East Midlands
* Transavia to Rotterdam
As the summer tourist season picks up in the Dordogne many businesses will be keen to see holiday makers arriving at Bergerac Airport, but with Covid-19 precautions in place it will feel very different to past years.
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