The Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago has introduced that the Piarco Worldwide Airport in Trinidad and ANR Robinson Worldwide Airport in Tobago, have achieved accreditation by means of the Airports Council Worldwide (ACI) Airport Well being Accreditation (AHA) programme.
In an announcement, the Authority stated Trinidad and Tobago is the primary nation within the area to attain accreditation for 2 airports.
It stated: “Worldwide recognition and accreditation have come to the airports in Trinidad and Tobago because of the activation of a number of well being and security measures on the Piarco and ANR Robinson Worldwide Airports to guard travellers, workers, stakeholders and airport customers from the unfold of COVID-19.”
The ACI’s AHA programme gives airports with an official evaluation of how aligned their well being and security protocols and procedures, launched because of the COVID-19 pandemic, are in accordance with Worldwide Civil Aviation Group’s (ICAO) Council Aviation Restart Job Drive (CART) suggestions.
The Authority added: “The participation of the Piarco and ANR Robinson Worldwide Airports on this programme reinforces not solely the dedication to guard the well being of passengers and airport workers, but additionally demonstrates recognition for the integral function of aviation within the endurance of the native financial system.
Acquiring this accreditation indicators to airways, passengers and enterprise companions that our amenities are ready to securely and responsibly proceed operations, in compliance with really useful native and worldwide pointers.”
The Airports Authority added it could proceed to forge forward by means of these difficult instances, putting the security of airport customers as prime precedence and readying the airports to revive
confidence to journey as soon as once more.