Guidance for the operation of terminal buildings needs to consider all aspects of operations, including who has access to the building, the upkeep of cleanliness and disinfection procedures in place within the terminal building, as well as health measures, the provision of first-aid/medical attention guidance, and the protocols for passengers and staff.
A written plan for enhanced cleaning and disinfection should be agreed upon by the airport health authority, airport operators and service providers, according to the standard operating procedures outlined in the WHO Guide to Hygiene and Sanitation in Aviation. The plan needs to be updated in terms of process, schedule and products, when new information becomes available. All relevant personnel should be trained on increased disinfection requirements.
Physical distancing should target reaching at least one (1) metre
between all individuals.
Airport Terminal access
Where health screening is required by applicable regulations, non-contact thermometers should be used in a designated area, under conditions which minimize the impact on operations.