In Romania, Avram Iancu International Airport in Cluj Napoca is the first in this country and among the first in Europe to obtain “Airport Council International Health Accreditation” largely for hygiene, cleanliness and precautionary measures taken Anti-Covid 19.
The press release on the official website of the airport on September 25 says that “Avram Iancu Cluj International Airport is the first airport in Romania and also among the first in Europe to obtain” Airport Council International Health Accreditation “. was obtained as a result of the implementation of measures to prevent the spread of Sars-CoV-2 virus and is an international recognition of the efforts and commitments undertaken by Cluj International Airport to ensure high quality standards in terms of safety and health of passengers, employees and all partners operating at the airport.”
The airport obtained this accreditation following a series of measures and procedures that carefully prepared the requirements and international standards recommended by the World Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), in accordance with the Covid 19 protocol, developed by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and national legislation.
David Ciceo, director of Avram Iancu International Airport in Cluj Napoca, also stated in the statement given on the airport’s website that “This international accreditation confirms once again that the main objective of Cluj Airport is the safety, security and health of passengers. in particular the extraordinary effort made by airport employees, institutions and companies within the airport perimeter to achieve the appropriate conditions for airlines, passengers, to obtain this certificate and to relaunch the business“.
Avram Iancu Cluj International Airport is the first regional airport in Romania in terms of passenger traffic, last year registering a number of almost 3 million passengers.