All Greek Airports Managed by Fraport Certified by ACI World for Measures Against COVID-19

THESSALONIKI — All 14 airports managed by Fraport Greece have been certified by the Airports Council International (ACI World) regarding the implementation of Covid-19 measures, Fraport announced on Wednesday.

According to the company, all 14 airports have been certified by ACI World for their commitment to the passengers, staff and other social partners regarding the implementation of appropriate measures and best practices, with the aim of stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus.

The main pillars of the certification are the high level of cleaning and disinfection of all areas and surfaces of the airport, the information provided to passengers in all areas of the airport, as well as the training of staff in the implementation of all health authority guidelines.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, Fraport Greece has invested significantly in the training of its human resources for the management of the health crisis, has provided the necessary resources and means for the implementation of the health protocols, for the protection of the health and safety of passengers and of members of the airport community.

"After the completion of works to modernise and upgrade the 14 airports, this certification comes to contribute to the general feeling of comfort and security created by the airports for visitors who choose them for their travels," a Fraport Greece announcement pointed out.


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