ACI EUROPE Airport Business - Autumn 2020

conditioning is exchanged with fresh air every 30 minutes. René Steinhaus, CEO lux-Airport: “The accreditation to the ACI Health pro- gramme is very important to us, especially since ACI is providing the standard for airports and developing with them the best practice. I want to express my thanks and gratitude to ACI EUROPE and ACI World for the excellent cooperation in the COVID-19 crisis. Together, we helped pas- sengers to be reassured about air travel.” Brussels Airport receives ACI Airport Health Accreditation Brussels Airport makes every effort to ensure that its facilities are hygienic and safe to welcome passengers. The combination of various health and safety measures has earned Brussels Airport ACI Airport Health Accreditation. Arnaud Feist, CEO Brussels Airport Company: “This accreditation is a rec- ognition of all the COVID measures that have been implemented at Brussels Airport since June. It is both gratifying and encouraging to see that the efforts made by our staff and partners are recognised internationally.” A COVID-19 Test Centre opened at Brussels Airport in September 2020. Passengers now have the opportunity to get a COVID-19 test on site at the airport, while the Test Centre is also open to those who are not travelling but need to have a test taken within the scope of con- tact tracing. “We took the initiative to put up a test centre at the airport to further strengthen our sanitary measures against COVID-19 and thus contribute to protecting public health,” says Feist. “The test results will be rapidly communicated to the passengers. Testing is an essential element to allow the aviation industry, and the economy in general, to gradually get out of the current crisis without compromising the health and safety of the public.” London Luton Airport first in UK to receive ACI Airport Health Accreditation London Luton Airport has received certification under the ACI Airport Health Accreditation programme. It was the first UK airport to be awarded the accredi- tation, which demonstrates its ongoing commitment to the safety of staff and passengers in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the importance it places on restoring public confidence in air travel. Alberto Martin, CEO London Luton Airport: “Airports are vital to the UK’s eco- nomic recovery, and as we welcome back more passengers we are taking every measure possible to ensure that everyone in the airport is as safe as possible. This accreditation provides peace of mind to our staff and the passengers who choose to fly with us. I’d like to extend my thanks to everyone at the airport whose efforts have helped us to achieve this industry- leading standard.” Alexander Flassak, Finance Director & Head of Real Estate Development, lux-Airport; René Steinhaus, CEO lux-Airport; and Tom Goris, Director Operations, lux-Airport. A COVID-19 Test Centre opened at Brussels Airport in September 2020. Passengers now have the opportunity to get a COVID-19 test on site at the airport, while the Test Centre is also open to those who are not travelling but need to have a test taken within the scope of contact tracing. London Luton Airport has received certification under the ACI Airport Health Accreditation programme. It was the first UK airport to be awarded the accreditation. Luxembourg Airport first in Central Europe certified under ACI Airport Health Accreditation In September 2020, Luxembourg Airport (lux-Airport) became the first in Central Europe to receive ACI Airport Health Accreditation. The airport has priori- tised protecting the health and welfare of its passengers and staff. Protective measures include social distancing guid- ance, automated hand sanitizers, and a COVID-19 test station. Meanwhile, the air Airport Business 3 8 A u t u m n 2 0 2 0 A C I A I R P O R T H E A L T H A C C R E D I T A T I O N

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