Paris Orly Airport has ramped up security measures as it resumes commercial flights after a nearly three-month hiatus.
With lockdown restrictions easing and Europe starting to open up its borders, scheduled flights resumed on Friday (June 26).
Passengers can no longer enter the terminals with non-flying companions, and wearing masks is required.
Alcohol gel dispensers are available across the terminals, and floor markings urge social distancing.
Thermal cameras are in place at the arrival area, where passengers with a temperature of 38 degrees or above can benefit from a medical consultation, but won't be forced to go under quarantine.
Tech firm LabScience has a developed a prototype of an ultraviolet-rays decontaminating tunnel which the airport is testing.
The tunnel uses a high concentration of ultraviolet light over 4 to 5 seconds to kill micro-organisms on a piece of luggage or a coat, before the objects are scanned by X-ray.
Orly, the second biggest airport serving the French capital, was closed to passengers on March 31.
Around 74 departures and arrivals in total are scheduled for Friday, compared to the usual 600 flights a day.