Second phase in Colombian airports starts on September 21; three more were approved.

The Government of Colombia, through the director of the Civil Aeronautics, Juan Carlos Salazar, carried out during this weekend the inspection of the compliance with the Biosafety Protocol in the airports Antonio Roldán Betancur de Carepa in Urabá Antioqueño, Las Brujas de Corozal in Sucre and El Caraño de Quibdó in Chocó.

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“We are already in the beginning for the preparation of the second phase of reactivation of airports in the country. This is a joint work with the local leaders and we reiterate that all the recommendations of the biosecurity protocols of the Ministry of Health must be followed, which must be adopted by both travelers and companies,” said the Minister of Transport, Angela María Orozco.

It is a gradual process and depending on the situation of the pandemic, Aerocivil will continue to move forward in authorizing more routes in other areas of the country,” she said.

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Thus, with a team of inspectors and experts in airport operations from the Aerocivil and in the company of the municipal authorities and the concessionaire AirPlan, the director of the entity toured these air terminals, of which he said that they comply with 100% of the Biosafety Protocols.

“These three airports are prepared for the resumption of air operations scheduled for September 21st”, clarified the director of the Civil Aeronautics, Juan Carlos Salazar.

Meanwhile, another technical team of the Aerocivil is making an inspection visit to the Alfredo Vasquez Cobo airport in Leticia to verify the implementation of the Biosafety Protocol.

A total of 30 airports in the country are expected to be inspected before September 21.

By Valora Analitik