Ohrid Airport receives health certificate from the International Council of Airports


The operator of the two Macedonian airports TAV Macedonia received a health certificate from the International Council of Airports (Airports Council International World) for the airport St. Apostle Paul Ohrid, within the Health Accreditation Program at airports, which is a new international benchmark for conducted health measures at airports around the world.

The ACI program is designed to reassure passengers that airport facilities remain safe and that precautions are being taken to reduce their health risk.

According to the rules of the ACI Airport Health Accreditation Program, the health certificate, ie the accreditation for Ss. Apostle Paul Ohrid is valid for the next 12 months, followed by a recertification process.

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