The Airport Health Accreditation programme assesses new health measures and procedures that have been introduced as a result of COVID-19.
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A letter, sent from ACI EUROPE, Airlines for Europe (A4E) and IATA to governments across the global, criticises the new restrictions relating to selected countries.
Regulators and airport operators have joined forces to promote open architecture in airport security systems.
Through the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme, 300 airports continue to work towards making positive contributions to limiting climate change.
ACI EUROPE’s President, Jost Lammers, said: “One-sided financial aid to airlines creates massive imbalances.”
As the airport trade body publishes guidelines on passenger experience, ACI Europe and EASA signed an agreement on aviation’s recovery.
With only marginal traffic increases reported in June, a full recovery in passenger traffic to 2019 levels is now expected for 2024.
ACI Europe and A4E highlight how the smooth reopening of external EU borders is being jeopardised by non-harmonised, uncoordinated national measures.
4 June 2020 | By ACI Europe
Dedicated to supporting the recovery of European airports, Olivier Jankovec, is to detail ACI EUROPE’s focus on passenger and staff safety.
According to the results of the quarterly ACI ASQ survey, Pulkovo Airport outranked 113 other European airports listed.
The aviation industry requires a coordinated approach and comprehensive framework if it is to navigate a recovery efficiently.
Three associations representing transport workers, ground handling companies and airport operators urge the European Parliament to vote in favour of extended derogations.
The European network of over 500 airports welcomed 2.8 million passengers during April 2020; the volume handled by Dublin Airport alone in April 2019.
In regard to COVID-19 recovery, President of ACI EUROPE, Jost Lammers, exclaimed: “Our sector cannot afford to exit this crisis the way we entered it.”
The open letter complements the trade association's individual requests for support measures to see airport operators and service providers able to weather the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.