In case you missed it, we recorded the webinar for you to enjoy.
Protecting passengers and staff from COVID-19 and applying the recommendations from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), ACI EUROPE and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) requires a substantial change in how airports manage their business.
This webinar presented the results of a study that aims to respond to two key issues:
- Understanding the potential impact of COVID-related recommendations on airport operations;
- How to optimise terminal processes and airport operations when taking account of these necessary changes on their overall performance.
The study, due to be released later in August, was commissioned by EUROCONTROL and carried out by the Airport Research Center (ARC) with input from 6 partners including ACI EUROPE, IATA, Charles-de-Gaulle, London Heathrow, Stuttgart and Swedavia Airports.
Introduction, context and traffic outlookEUROCONTROL
EASA-ECDC Aviation Health Safety Protocol Airport Guidelines and ImplementationEASA
Impact assessment of COVID-19 measures on airport operations and capacityARC
Iacopo Prissinotti, Director Network Management, EUROCONTROL
|Setting the scene: EASA Health Safety Protocol airport guidelines & implementation
Daan Dousi, Aircrew and Medical Section, EASA and Ana Dedijer, Project Manager - COVID-19AHSP Monitoring Programme, EASA
|Presentation of the airport study
Uta Kohse, Managing Partner and lead author, Airport Research Center
|ACI EUROPE’s view
Daniel Skoglund, Head of the APOC Performance Team, Swedavia
Moderated by Steven Moore, Head of Operations Division, Network Manager, EUROCONTROL