The accreditation highlights Venice and Quito Airports' efforts in protecting the health safety of passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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ACI World's new Check & Fly app will work to increase passenger confidence in the aviation industry’s focus on health and welfare.
With a coordinated and consistent global approach to COVID-19, BARIG has said that passenger confidence in travelling will be restored.
The programme will work to assess the new COVID-19 airport health measures currently being implemented and restore confidence in passengers about their safety when travelling.
As the airport trade body publishes guidelines on passenger experience, ACI Europe and EASA signed an agreement on aviation’s recovery.
Around 40 airport operators and airlines are currently involved in the EASA and ECDC COVID-19 guidelines monitoring programme, with Istanbul Airport being among the most recent additions.
International Airport Review spoke with EASA about the importance of having a consistent approach to COVID-19 health safety, and to learn more about its new aviation guidelines that were developed with ECDC.
Munich Airport joins a selection of other European airports in implementing the COVID-19 recommendations devised by the EASA and ECDC.
ACI Europe's commitments and recommendations focus on the safe resumption of European aviation as COVID-19 travel restrictions begin to ease.
The three associations have welcomed the European Commission's call to lift all remaining COVID-19 European travel restrictions, including quarantine.
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review's exclusive CEO series, Dr. Constantin von Alvensleben, Chief Executive Officer of Tirana International Airport, offers a positive perspective on the current crisis with a strong belief that aviation can recover and prosper.
Charles de Gaulle Airport is among 10 other aviation stakeholders to join EASA's programme to assess the effectiveness of its COVID-19 safety measures.
Now part of EASA's COVID-19 programme, Brussels Airport has introduced a wide range of new health measures in order to keep passengers safe.
The first 10 companies to join EASA's COVID-19 programme include seven airports and airport operators from across Europe, as well as three airlines.
After releasing COVID-19 guidelines, EASA has now launched a programme to monitor the implementation of the outlined measures.