The Airport Council International (ACI), the association that brings together most of the world’s airports, has awarded health certification to 14 airports in the ADP network, including Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Orly after evaluating the measures put in place to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Health security at airports is one of the challenges in the economic recovery, it will notably make it possible to restore the desire to travel to tourists.
In October, the total traffic of ADP, which directly or indirectly manages more than twenty airports in the world, was down 56.8% compared to October 2019, with 9.1 million passengers welcomed (-61.3% since the start of the year).
Faced with the health situation, the airports in all terminal areas implemented in June disinfection, physical distancing, personnel protection, passenger equipment such as thermal cameras and anti-virus screening centers. -Covid …
Eight other airports awaiting certification
“Half of the airports in our network are already health certified, which attests to the relevance and effectiveness of the measures deployed in our terminals. This is a prerequisite for restoring confidence and regaining the desire to travel, ”said CEO Augustin de Romanet in a statement.
In addition to the two Parisian platforms, ADP’s efforts were also recognized in 12 other international airports: Antananarivo (Madagascar), Ankara and Gazipacça (Turkey), Conakry (Guinea), Medina (Saudi Arabia), Port Louis (Mauritius), Enfidha and Monastir (Tunisia), Delhi and Hyderabad (India), Skopje (North Macedonia) and Zagreb (Croatia). Eight others, including the one in Santiago de Chile and the one in Antalya, are awaiting certification.