Leonardo da Vinci: First airport in world to receive 5 stars from Skytrax for safetyChristian Fernsby ▼ | September 24, 2020
Another important international recognition for Fiumicino airport in the fight against the spread of coronavirus.
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Fiumicino airport is the first airport in the world to receive this certification, which it can add to its other certifications, which include the Rina Biosafety Trust Certification and the ACI Airport Health Accreditation (the international association representing more than 1,900 airports across the world) recently awarded to the capital's airports.
At the end of the investigation, where all the measures implemented at the Fiumicino terminals were audited, including the examination of numerous airport surfaces (seating, lifts, escalators, etc.), it was confirmed that the various anti-coronavirus measures had been successfully implemented by ADR, and that "the airport continues to provide a favourable impression of cleanliness, improving on the high standards recorded in 2019".
The following protocols were particularly appreciated: the automatic "UV Clean Touch" sanitization of escalators and lifts, and body temperature monitoring, which takes place in less than 2 seconds thanks to the installation of around 100 latest generation thermo-scanners.
Finally, Skytrax has endorsed the airport for its effective communication to passengers at the terminal, through the installation of a large number of totems and messages on digital monitors, facilitating all boarding procedures.
In this way, all boarding procedures have been optimized, from entering the terminal through to boarding at the gate, taking place quickly without delays or problems.
In conclusion, in the eyes of Skytrax, Fiumicino airport "is implementing all necessary measures to provide a clean and safe environment". ■