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Brussels Airport makes every effort to ensure that the airport’s facilities are hygienic and safe to welcome you in order to travel again in a carefree way. The combination of the various health safety measures has indeed allowed us to meet the highest standards, which earned Brussels Airport the Airport Health Accreditation from ACI World (Airport Council International).
This accreditation confirms the safety of airport facilities and the effectiveness of the precautionary measures implemented to prevent any risk to your health, in compliance with the recommendations by ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) and with the COVID-19 Aviation Health Safety protocol issued by EASA/ECDC (European Union Aviation Safety Agency/European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control).
For a safe and relaxed start of your trip, we would like to ask your cooperation to protect yourself and others:
In our terminal hundreds of information boards, stickers and posters remind you of these basic rules. Hand sanitiser dispensers are available throughout the terminal, and you will find mobile hand washing units in the departure hall.
We also advocate contact-free processes e.g. for payments, check-in and boarding of passengers. To help you with this, we have placed additional queueing barriers and plexiglass screens.
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Face masks and hand sanitizer to protect yourself optimally are of course also available at the airport. The “Safety Station” vending machines contain a range of face masks from surgical face masks to specially designed Smurf-themed Brussels Airport face masks for children.
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We have increased the frequency of regular cleaning rounds, especially for the trays at security screening, sanitary blocks and our infrastructure in general.
With all these measures, we want to provide you with a clean and hygienic infrastructure, as well as contribute to a safe and carefree trip. #safetravel
In implementing the different health and safety measures, we follow the monitoring program launched by EASA, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency. The guidelines were drawn up in consultation with both aviation and public health authorities to look for practical solutions for the aviation industry in this unusual crisis.
As EASA pilot airport, we monitor the situation closely and are ready to immediately implement any additional measures when necessary. The Belgian health authorities and our health sector are extremely vigilant and use all means to protect public health.