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Social distancing since 2000.

Sure, the slower pace of life was great for a little while but now, we are more than ready to blow off some steam and what better way to do it than shredding the slopes?

2 metres is around the length of a ski. Coincidence? We think not. And with all that wide open space and fresh mountain air - we were practising social distancing before it even became a thing!

For the love of ski.

Your ski holiday will of course look a little different this year, as we all try to keep ourselves and each other safe and healthy, but at the end of the day, the mountains are still there and the snow will still fall and cruising down your favourite run on a crisp, bluebird day will still be as good as ever before. Probably even better!

We want to make sure that we are doing everything possible to ensure that everyone is safe and comfortable on their ski holiday, so we have outlined some of the changes that you can expect to see on your ski trip.

Changes in resort.

Bear in mind that guidelines are constantly changing and we will keep you updated as and when new information comes our way. So far, changes in resort will include:

- Masks/face coverings must be worn on public transport systems, including cable cars, gondolas, chair lifts and drag lifts

- Masks/face coverings must be worn in all queuing areas

- Queuing areas will be organised to allow for social distancing

- All gondolas and transport systems will be deep cleaned on a regular basis

- You can a expect a more relaxed aprés-ski atmosphere in most resorts, with table service and tables placed at adequate distances to ensure your comfort and safety

- Reduced numbers in ski groups and classes

- Thorough and regular deep cleaning throughout accommodation, including rooms and common areas

- Thorough and regular cleaning of seating areas in restaurants and bars after each use

- Waiting staff will wear masks/face coverings

At the airport.

For the most up to date information on our partner airports, check out their sites below:

Dublin Airport

Belfast International Airport

Cork Airport

Your flight.

To learn about what our partner airlines are doing to help ensure your safety and comfort see their safety messages below:

Aer Lingus

Ryanair

In-resort support.

As with all Directski.com ski holidays, our team is on the ground and available for you to contact 24/7 for the duration of your stay. Any assistance you need or inquiries that you may have, we’ll be happy to help.

Booking online is easy peasy.

In a world where limiting face to face contact is the new normal, throughout our 20 years, Directski.com has always championed booking online, to save you money. And after all, booking online is easy peasy!