As Prime Minister Edouard Philippe presented this Tuesday April 28 the government’s deconfinement plan to the National Assembly, Aéroports de Paris group is getting ready to exit containment and welcome travelers again.
A memo given to ADP president Augustin de Romanet and checked by Le Point, feeds on a comparative analysis carried out in 32 airports across the globe, Air France’s reflection leads and suggestions from their subcontractors in order to come up with successful deconfinement and “recreate trust”.
Among the main measures considered on a short-term basis and revealed by Le Point:
These two measures come under the French State. In case of positive test, the State will have to decided about putting the sick into quarantine or to drive them to the hospital.
Social distancing, when checking in and getting your luggage back will be just as important, like more cleaning and disinfection of the spaces, less equipment at the disposal of the public and improvement of the recycled air treatment systems.
Le Point also says in the memo that Aéroports de Paris thinks “air traffic will only resume if passengers enjoy a health habeas corpus, that is to say the guarantee they will not be randomly put on quarantine” when arriving at destination. A European and world coordination is recommended.