All 14 regional airports operated by Fraport Greece have received Airports Council International (ACI) World Airport Health Accreditation in recognition of measures undertaken to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
The airport operator has invested heavily in educating its employees on responding effectively to the the coronavirus crisis and has provided all the necessary resources and means for the implementation of the relevant health protocols and for the protection of the health and safety of passengers and every member of the airport community.
Fraport Greece also maintains regular communication with all international, European and national aviation associations, as well as with the National Organisation of Health Care Service Provision to ensure that every airport policy and procedure confirms with the latest epidemiological data developments and industry’s best practices. All staff members comply with every recommendation and guideline issued by the relevant Health Authorities and Officials, showing their highest degree of responsibility for Public Health and the health of travellers alike.
“From the first day we took over the management and operations of the 14 regional airports, the safety of travellers, employees and of everyone using our airports has been our priority. In view of the new norm imposed by the pandemic, we think it is our duty to do our best to protect the health and safety of passengers, airport staff members and public health in general,” said Ilian Maragakis, Chief Operations Officer, Fraport Greece.
“On that note, we strictly follow every protocol and guideline issued by the Authorities and we implement all the measures that protect the airport community from the virus and its further spread. The ACI World Health Accreditation is a further testament that our commitment towards the safety of both passengers and local communities has turned into effective actions,” he continued.
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