Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) has bagged the second position amongst the world’s safest airports for effectively implementing coronavirus-related health and safety protocols.
While Singapore’s Changi Airport bagged the first position with the safe travel score of 4.7/5, the IGIA came second with the safe travel score of 4.6/5.
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The safe travel score was judged through the Safe Travel Barometer, which is one of the largest and most comprehensive tools for monitoring traveller health and safety protocols in the world.
The Safe Travel Barometer assessed more than 200 airports for their implementation of health and safety protocols for travellers during the pandemic.
These health and safety protocols include the launch of RT-PCR testing laboratory, UV-based disinfection process, implementation of touchless initiatives for passengers and development of the AIR SUVIDHA portal for easy and hassle-free arrival of international passengers returning to India.
Along with the Delhi Airport, the Frankfurt Airport in Germany and China’s Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport have also secured the second position.
According to a release by the IGI airport, it has also become the country’s safest airport for implementing various safety measures to control the spread of coronavirus.
This award bagged by the IGIA is sure to assure passengers that their flying experience from the Delhi Airport is safe and secure.