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Coronavirus: First passengers at Belfast International Airport set for 'no frills' experience

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As it prepares to welcome its first passengers since lockdown next week, Belfast International Airport is letting its customers know what to expect

As it prepares to welcome its first passengers since lockdown next week, Belfast International Airport is letting its customers know what to expect

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As it prepares to welcome its first passengers since lockdown next week, Belfast International Airport is letting its customers know what to expect

A long goodbye with loved ones in departures, a relaxing drink or two over lunch and browsing in the perfume shop are the things which have long made air travel tolerable - even enjoyable.

But in a new era of Covid-19, it is not just budget airlines offering a 'no frills' service.

As it prepares to welcome its first passengers since lockdown next week, Belfast International Airport is letting its customers know what to expect. And the frills we have always enjoyed, which offset the inevitable stresses of rushing for a flight, are now gone.