Istanbul airport signed the covid-19 aviation health safety protocol, published by the European Union aviation safety agency (EASA).
In addition to its unique architecture, strong infrastructure, superior technology and high-level passenger experience, Istanbul Airport, which has taken its place in the aviation industry as a global HUB (transfer airport) in its first year, is published by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) 'Kovid-19 Aviation Health Signed the Safety Protocol.
After the tight measures taken after the Kovid-19 outbreak, Istanbul Airport joined the airports that signed the “Kovid-19 Aviation Health Safety Protocol” issued by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
Right to receive the 'Airport Pandemic Certificate' issued by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure by meeting all the conditions. kazanWith the “Kovid-19 Aviation Health Safety Protocol” it signed, Istanbul Airport also registered the measures it took against the Kovid-19 epidemic according to the criteria set by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
Major airports of Europe sign protocol
Europe's major airports are among those who signed the Kovid-19 Aviation Health Safety Protocol, which will prepare the ground for the safe flight of flights across Europe. France, Italy, Germany, Greece, England, Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, Austria, the protocol signed by the airports from countries such as Romania, signed the Istanbul Airport was the first airport in Turkey.
The protocol covers important measures
The Kovid-19 Aviation Health Safety Protocol, published by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), includes a series of measures involving airport and airline businesses and airport workers, service providers, crews and passengers.
Among the measures included in the protocol, physical distance, hand hygiene, respiratory etiquette, face mask, health protection support package, cleaning and disinfection, health report or condition, passenger screening cabinets, reduced crew-passenger interaction, passenger-to-plane procedure Headlines like are remarkable.
Aviation sector can overcome crisis caused by Kovid-19 only
Explaining that Istanbul Airport signed the Kovid-19 Aviation Health Safety Protocol published by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
While the Chairman of the Executive Board and General Manager of İGA Airport Operation Samsunlu drew attention to the importance of setting common criteria for health safety, which concerns the entire aviation industry, along with the epidemic of Kovid-19, he stated the following in his assessment: We have determined it as a travel principle that keeps hygiene at a high level. We took all the necessary precautions at the airport at the top level and thus started our flights. However, it is a fact that; the aviation industry can overcome the crisis caused by the Kovid-19 only by acting together. We are ready as Turkey. We also received our Airport Pandemic Certification from the General Directorate of Civil Aviation. In this context, we will comfortably adapt to EASA standards. It is very important that the airline companies, airports, and also countries in the aviation industry provide confidence to each other and passengers in order to restore the international order of the flights. It is very important that everyone takes precautions in the same standardization. The Kovid-19 Aviation Health Safety Protocol published by EASA is very valuable in this respect. Our international passengers can safely choose Istanbul Airport. As a safe and hygienic airport in terms of hygiene; Even if the pandemic ends, we will continue the practices that organizations such as ICAO, IATA, WHO deem necessary for health safety. In this regard, we will never compromise on hygiene. With this approach, it was only signed Kovid Airport in Istanbul, Turkey-19 I want to emphasize that it is a very important step Aviation Safety Health Protocol. "
European Union Aviation Safety Agency EASA Director Patrick Ky, regarding the signing of Istanbul Airport's Kovid-19 Aviation Health Safety Protocol; “The aviation industry is, by nature, an international industry. It is important for Kovid-19 to take steps to stop the spread of the virus for safe air travel at all times. We are very pleased that Istanbul Airport, as an important transfer hub of the European region, has signed our protocol and promised to implement the measures specified in our guidelines. ”