Points to be Considered for the Virus at Airports

The point to pay attention to the virus in airports
The point to pay attention to the virus in airports

With Covid-19, hygiene and cleaning took the first place in many sectors. The rules determined to minimize the risk of contamination in aviation, one of the sectors most affected by the pandemic, are applied without exception. Disinfection of 20 critical points with the most contact at airports is important for passenger and personnel safety.

Passenger safety in airline travel starts from airports. In this period, cleaning and disinfection of airports is also important for safe flight. Undertaking two major airports with heavy passenger traffic in Turkey's dezekfeksiyon Kattenbeck, he drew attention to the 20 critical risk for the virus. Here are the 20 most risky surfaces at airports:

  • Door handles in WCs
  • Washbasins and toilets
  • Terminal-wide seating groups
  • Handrails
  • Escalator bands
  • lifts
  • Elevator keys
  • Counters
  • Kiosks
  • Security points at terminal entrances and exits
  • Baskets at security checkpoints
  • Baggage claim tape
  • Luggage transport cart
  • Garbage cans
  • stairs
  • Staff sink
  • Staff kitchen
  • Staff dining hall
  • Staff office
  • Staff place of worship

about showing 30 years of activity and Fraport TAV Antalya Airport to Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Kattenbeck responsible for cleaning International Airport Group Company General Manager in Turkey Birkan plump, transmitted at high risk, he said at this point of the 7/24 basis with and disinfected at intervals of international standards. Stating that all surfaces that are in contact with airport personnel, passengers and visitors, especially the areas and objects inside the airport, are regularly cleaned with ULV devices, Tombul emphasized that with this method, the disinfectant penetrates the entire area from floor to ceiling.

35 Seconds Hygiene Inspection

Kattenbeck Disinfection Services General Manager Okan Tombul noted that they provide hygiene inspection in 35 seconds in suspicious cases. Okan Tombul said, “Kattenbeck disinfection teams, who are always ready to intervene in areas where passengers and staff come into contact with Covid-19 symptoms, measure the RLU (Relative Light Unit) value of the relevant surfaces with the help of samples taken from various surfaces before and after the application. "These values ​​are used to determine whether the hygiene standards are met and to decide the frequency of disinfection application."

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