According to the Croatian Aviation portal, Zagreb Airport is among the first European airports that successfully passed the accreditation program for the establishment of health security measures for COVID-19 pandemic conditions.
The Zagreb International Airport has successfully passed the accreditation program for the establishment of health security measures for COVID-19 pandemic conditions at airports, developed by the Airports Council International (ACI World). In the assessment procedure of all submitted evidence, Zagreb International Airport proved that it provides the conditions for safe travel to all users and received the AIRPORT HEALTH ACCREDITATION Certificate, valid for the next 12 months.
This process reviewed and assessed the conditions and organization for the safe use of airport space, prescribed in accordance with the recommended health measures set out in the ACI Aviation Business Restart and Recovery Guidelines. The program is designed to identify and demonstrate the fact that airports are safe places to stay when traveling and to take precautions to reduce any risk to passenger health.
The Airports Council International (ACI World) is the only global trade representative of airports globally. Founded in 1991, it represents the interests of airports with governments and international organizations, develops standards, policies and recommended practices for airports, and provides information and training opportunities to raise standards around the world. It aims to provide the public with a safe, efficient and environmentally responsible air transport system.