Argentina: Ezeiza Airport obtained international health certification.

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The Airport Council International (ACI) granted the AHA (Airport Health Accreditation) certification to Ezeiza Airport. This certification is based on the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) guidelines on excellence in compliance with health safety protocols, measures and processes.

ACI Health Accreditation assesses whether airports are in line with health guidelines and measures for return to operations and with the recommendations of the ICAO Council Aviation Restart Working Group, which sets the parameters for best industry practices.

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It recognizes the commitment of airports to the safety of passengers, airport employees and the general public. The Accreditation program considers all areas and stages of the process that the passenger is in charge of at the airport, including access to the terminal, the check-in area, security control, VIP lounges, commercial stores, food and beverages, boarding process, passport and customs control, baggage claim area and departure area.

After reviewing the evidence presented for the evaluation process, Ezeiza airport demonstrated that it is providing a safe experience for all travelers, and that it is in line with the recommended health measures established in the aviation business restart and recovery guidelines proposed by ACI and ICAO.

“This accreditation is an international validation of the protocols we designed locally and helps restore the confidence of our passengers. An achievement like this is very important for our country and is the result of the joint work with the authorities of ORSNA, ANAC and with different organizations such as the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Transport, the Airport Security Police, and Migrations, among others”, explained Daniel Ketchibachian, CEO of Aeropuertos Argentina 2000.

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