All 14 airports managed by Fraport Greece have recently been certified for the application of measures against Covid-19.
They have been certified by the Airports Organization International (ACI World) to implement appropriate measures and best practices to stop the spread of the coronavirus. The main principles of certification are a high level of cleaning and disinfection of all areas of the airport, informing passengers, as well as training personnel to carry out all measures recommended by the competent health authorities.
Continuous staff training
Since the start of the pandemic, Fraport Greece has invested heavily in training its workforce to manage the health crisis, providing everything needed to comply with WHO’s health and safety protocols from covid.
The company maintains regular contacts with international, European and national aviation organizations, as well as the National Health Organization, to adapt its procedures to reflect the evolution of epidemiological data and industry best practices. Airport personnel strictly follow all instructions from specialists and authorities.
Following the completion of the modernization of 14 airports, the certification contributes to the overall feeling of comfort and safety created by air docks for guests who choose them for their travels.
The safety of passengers and employees is a key priority
Fraport Greece General Manager Elias Maragakis said: “From day one of taking over the management of 14 airports, the safety of passengers and employees has been a key priority for us. In the new environment created by the pandemic, it is our duty to do everything we can to protect passengers, airport workers and the health of the general public.
In this vein, we strictly adhere to the protocols and instructions of the authorities, applying all those measures that protect against the virus and its spread. The Airports Organization International’s Certificate of Conformity is a testament to our commitment to the safety of passengers and local communities. ”