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Changi Airport Completes Airport Health Measures Audit Program

Airports Council International (ACI) World had recently congratulated Changi Airport in Singapore for being the first in the Asia-Pacific region to successfully complete the Airport Health Measures Audit Program.  

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to dramatically affect passenger traffic at airports around the world but, as the industry begins the long road to recovery, a commitment to the health and welfare of travellers, staff and the public is key.

 The Airport Health Measures Audit Program – developed in partnership with Bureau Veritas – supports airports by addressing their specific risks and reassuring passengers through an on-site audit of their health measures.

 By successfully completing the audit, Changi Airport has demonstrated compliance with a harmonised set of measures, aligned with the recommendations of national and international authorities, and can now display the associated SafeGuardTM label.

 Changi also successfully renewed its accreditation under ACI World’s Airport Health Accreditations Program, demonstrating that the health measures in place at the airport are aligned with industry best practices.

 “By being the first airport in the Asia-Pacific region to successfully complete the Airport Health Measures Audit Program, Changi Airport has shown they are committed to ensuring the health and safety of passengers, staff and the general public,” Luis Felipe de Oliveira, director general, ACI World said. “This sets an example for the industry, showing how we can work together to support recovery and bring back the sustainable social and economic benefits of aviation we deliver to the communities we serve.