The tents in front of the "Departures" terminal of Henri Coandă International Airport were dismantled

The tents in front of the "Departures" terminal of Henri Coandă International Airport were dismantled

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As of September 9, 2020, at Henri Coanda Airport passengers will be allowed direct access to the Departures airport, eliminating the obligation to pass through tents in front of the terminal.

However, all other requirements remain valid, namely measuring the temperature at the entrance to the terminal, disinfecting the hands, keeping a distance of 1,5 meters from other people and wearing a mask so as to cover the mouth and nose.

The measures were decided taking into account the comfort of the passengers, in the context of the approaching cold season, but also the still low traffic in the context of the CoVid pandemic 19.

All airport staff were given the task of monitoring compliance with the requirements for wearing a mask and keeping their distance and, failing that, requesting the immediate intervention of the police and gendarmerie.

Also from September 9, the access of vehicles (RATB buses, coaches, personal cars, TAXI, etc.) is allowed in front of the Departures airport, for the disembarkation of passengers and their companions. Starting with the same date, restaurants and cafes will be reopened at the airport, in addition to those that resumed operations a week ago.

The tents in front of the terminal will be dismantled and, from September 11, the parking lot where they are now located will reopen to the public.

The recommendations to arrive at the airport on time, as well as to respect the significance of the direction indicators, both on the car flow in front of the airport and on the passenger flows, remain valid for passengers. We remind you that, in the airport area, the traffic is affected by the works at the railway connection of the airport with the North Station, works that are being completed.

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