Additional measures have been taken to reduce the waiting time to enter and leave the country, at Henri Coandă Airport!
For the management of an increasing traffic on the flow of international arrivals, the Bucharest Airports National Company, the administrator of the Henri Coandă International Airport, has taken new fluidization measures, as follows:
He asked the handling agents to sequence the disembarkation of the passengers in groups of 50, at an interval of 15 minutes. This ensures better conditions for the distance of passengers on buses, on the flow and in the document verification area. Passengers arriving from the European Union (or from Norway, Switzerland, Iceland or Liechtenstein) holding the European Green Certificate COVID-19 will be directed by airport staff on the green flow, directly to the border counters. Priority will be given to families with minors and people with reduced mobility.
On the flow of international arrivals, some passengers will be directed to the charter flight, where both 4 additional DSP counters and 4 passport checkpoints with related staff, including airport staff, are in operation.
In the terminal, especially in the areas where congestion is created, the staff of the Gendarmerie and the Air Transport Police are supplemented, and the number of DSP doctors will be increased by 6 per shift, at the peak arrival times.
By introducing, from December 20, a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) the document control operations are simplified, this being done only at the Border Police counters. This will greatly reduce the waiting time.
As a large number of passengers are estimated to be on the flow of international departures, both in the days after Christmas and especially in the first days of January 2022, all 13 Security Control filters have been opened, which will operate at full capacity. during peak hours, and the allocation of check-in counters to airlines / handling agents will be done dynamically, for a balanced load and to reduce congestion.