Belgrade, January 22, 2021 - Airport Council International (ACI) recently granted Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport the Airport Health Accreditation (AHA), to reward the exceptionally thorough sanitary measures put in place at the airport in order to counter the COVID-19 pandemic.
After a complete evaluation of the implemented prevention and sanitary measures, the ACI rewarded Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport efforts based on a scrupulous observation of the processes of cleaning and disinfecting the site, social distancing markings, strategic organization of terminal space and passenger and public prevention measures awareness communication campaigns.
The corpus of health measures set up at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is part of a bigger sanitary measures campaign organized by VINCI Airports throughout its whole 45 airports network, “Protecting Each Other”, itself based on COVID-19 health recommendations issued by the World Health Organization, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and local health regulations. This accreditation complements the other health accreditations obtained by VINCI Airports on its international network.
Belgrade Airport CEO, Francois Berisot stated: “We have always been fully dedicated to make the passengers’ protection and safety our priority, which is crucial nowadays more than ever. This accreditation shows our commitment to maintaining safe operations, and to reassure the travelling public that all the necessary prevention measures at the airport are in place.”
The AHA accreditation as an international program has been created in order to reward the airports for their efforts to create a safe transit space for all and their commitment to a high-quality service. Furthermore, this recognition will reinforce customers’ trust in traveling again, by guaranteeing a robust health protocol for them.