Belgrade Airport receives health accreditation


Airports Council International (ACI) World has granted Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport with its Airport Health Accreditation (AHA) to reward the exceptionally thorough sanitary measures put in place at the airport in order to counter the Covid-19 pandemic. After a complete evaluation of the implemented prevention and sanitary measures, ACI rewarded Belgrade Airport‘s efforts based on: the processes of cleaning and disinfecting across the site, the implementation of social distancing markings, the strategic organisation of terminal space and the awareness communication campaigns for passengers and public Covid-19 prevention measures. Belgrade Airport‘s General Manager, Francois Berisot, said, “We have always been fully dedicated to making passenger protection and safety our priority, which is crucial nowadays, more than ever. This accreditation shows our commitment to maintaining safe operations and can reassure the travelling public that all of the necessary prevention measures at the airport are in place”. The AHA accreditation, as an international programme, has been created in order to reward airports for their efforts to create a safe transit space for all and their commitment to a high-quality service. As previously reported, other airports to have received the accreditation in the countries of the former Yugoslavia include Zagreb, Skopje, Sarajevo and Zadar.


  1. Anonymous17:02

    Nice. Good job!

  2. Anonymous19:28

    Everything that helps to keep air passengers safe is good at this point.


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