18 Airports of the group receive the ACI Airport Health Accreditation
As part of the Airport Health Accreditation (AHA) program intended to assess the health measures in airport, ACI (Airports Council International) has already awarded its certification to 18 airports belonging to Groupe ADP's network.
Certify the performance of sanitary facilities at airports
Facing the Covid-19 pandemic and to help with the resumption of air traffic, ACI has launched since July an accreditation program to assess the sanitary measures implemented in airports with the international recommendations defined by the dedicated task force of the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization), by EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) and by ACI.
This program is based on carrying out of an audit on sanitary measures implemented on all processes and areas of the airport.
18 group airports worldwide
18 Groupe ADP airports, up to date, including Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly in Paris, Amman in Jordan, Antananarivo in Madagascar, Ankara, Gazipacça and Izmir in Turkey, Conakry in Guinea, Médine in Saudi Arabia, Port Louis in Mauritius, Enfidha and Monastir in Tunisia, Delhi and Hyderabad in India, Santiago in Chile, Skopje in Northern Macedonia and Zagreb in Croatia, were awarded Airport Health Accreditation.
Half of the airports in our network has already been certified by the sanitary ACI program, which attests to the relevance and the effectiveness of the measures implemented in our terminals. Our main priority is and will remain to guarantee under the best possible conditions, the heath security of our passengers and all staff at our airports. This is an essential condition to restore trust and regain the desire for travel.
Chairman and CEO of Groupe ADP
Please note that other airports in the network – like Bodrum and Antalya in Turkey – are waiting for certification.
Sanitary measures implemented at Paris-CDG and Paris-Orly