Airports Council International – Latin America and the Caribbean (ACI-LAC) announces that Rosario International Airport “Islas Malvinas” (AIR) located in the Province of Santa Fe, Argentina, has received certification from the Airport Health Accreditation (AHA) program.
The AHA program provides airports with an assessment of how aligned they are with the health protocols, in all areas and stages of the passenger process, proposed by the ACI Business Restart and Recover guidelines and that are aligned with the recommendations of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Aviation Recovery Task Force (CART).
This program is designed to assure travelers that certified airport facilities remain safe and are committed to complying with sanitary protocols to prevent contagions and is valid for 12 months.
“Rosario “Islas Malvinas” International Airport’s (AIR) achievement of being accredited through ACI’s Airport Health Accreditation program demonstrates its commitment to setting globally recognized standards to prioritize the health, safety and hygiene of staff, passengers and the public. Airports are key drivers of global economic prosperity and by taking a consistent approach to recovering from the impacts of COVID-19, Rosario International Airport is setting a great example to the industry.” said Dr. Rafael Echevarne, Director General of ACI-LAC.
“This international certificate reaffirms the quality and commitment with which we work every day so that our passengers and the entire airport community feel safe when flying and staying in our facilities” expressed Eduardo Romagnoli, President of the Board of Directors of Rosario International Airport “Islas Malvinas” (AIR).
Currently, 57 airports are certified by the Airport Health Accreditation (AHA) program in the region and more than 300 airports around the world. Argentina has the certification at Ezeiza International Airport and now also at Rosario “Islas Malvinas” International Airport.