Since operations were suspended on March 25th, staff have been busy working behind the scenes to prepare the terminal to welcome back passengers and to offer a safe, careful and speedy journey through the airport.
"Good progress has also been made on the airport’s major development programme with construction following the latest government guidance and focussing on key airside projects including aircraft stands, the parallel taxiway and new immigration and baggage facilities," the airport said in a satement.
Upon re-opening the airport will deploy rigorous and thorough cleaning regiments, including the use of an anti-bacterial surface treatment which will begin to kill all germs upon contact and lasts for up to 12 months.
Passengers will be asked to observe social distancing rules wherever possible in the terminal and the airport will deploy an innovative solution with long term partners CrowdVision which will enable the detection of areas where there is a high concentration of passengers who can then be directed to quieter areas.
To further inform restart plans, the airport will reach out to its passenger database to get their thoughts on the future airport experience.
© aero.uk | Abb.: London City Airport | 09.06.2020 09:56
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