Low-budget airline Ryanair has launched a new travel wallet for coronavirus to help with ongoing restrictions around the world.
With many countries now requiring negative tests, as well as evidence of vaccination, the airline hopes to offer something easier.
Ryanair is remaining hopeful the roll-out of the jabs in the UK will see the return of summer holidays once and for all.
Also it says it's "confident" the EU's vaccine programme could remove the current travel restrictions in time for summer holidays.
The airline hopes the wallet will make travel as "seamless as possible for customers this summer".
But additional travel documents might be required into certain countries.
Ryanair's new Covid-19 Travel Wallet will ensure passengers have all their documents saved and secure in one place.
Dara Brady, Ryanair's director of marketing, said: "We are very pleased to launch this Ryanair Covid-19 Travel Wallet as we prepare for the return of family holidays in Summer '21.
"Many Ryanair customers will be taking their first holiday in over a year, adhering to new travel guidelines and this Covid-19 Travel Wallet allows customers to store all of their Covid documents such as PCR test results, passenger locator forms and vaccine certificates in the one location with zero fuss or paperwork to worry about."
Ryanair is also continuing its "zero change fee" for customers who are unable to fly on their originally planned dates.
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Under current UK coronavirus restrictions, it is illegal to travel abroad for holidays unless you have a legally permitted reason.
On the GOV.UK website, it asks Brits to check travel advice regularly as it's constantly being updated.
Recently, the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) updated its advice for entry into Spain.
Brits are unable to enter the country currently after Spain extended its ban until March 30.
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