Airport Health Accreditation for Cambodia’s international airports
Cambodia’s Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Sihanouk airports have been accredited in ACI’s Airport Health Accreditation programme.
The gateways are key assets of VINCI Airports and their accreditation is in line with its strategy of demonstrating that all the airports in its global network are fully aligned with industry best practices designed to protect the health and wellbeing of passengers and staff.
Indeed, its own ‘protecting each other’ campaign is based on the hygiene recommendations issued by the World Health Organization and ICAO.
In the ASEAN region, the three Cambodian airports are among the first to have obtained the ACI Airport Health Accreditation, putting it on a par with bigger regional hubs such Singapore, Jakarta, and Manilla.
Alain Brun, CEO of Cambodia Airports, the company that develops and manages Cambodia’s network of international airports, enthuses: “By putting the health safety of its passengers and airport users first, Cambodia Airports remains true to itself as one of Cambodia’s key public service providers.
“I must commend the outstanding co-operation between Cambodian health authorities and our teams. Having a reliable health system at its airports ensures that Cambodia will be looked at favourably when air travel restarts and people browse around destinations to visit either for leisure or business opportunities.”
ACI Asia-Pacific’s director general, Stefano Baronci, says: “We congratulate the Cambodia Airports operated airports in Phnom Penh Siem Reap and Sihanoukville for obtaining the ACI Airport Health Accreditation to prove to the world and to the communities they serve that effective health measures have been put in place in compliance with the highest standards recommended by ICAO.”