Hosea Kutako International Airport ready for operations
The Namibia Airports Companyrecently announced that despite having no airlines scheduled ahead of today’s reopening of the Hosea Kutako International Airport, they are ready to resume operations.
The Airports Company said social distancing measures such as floor and seat stickers, messages on mandatory wearing of masks are visible at the Hosea Kutako International Airport.
Mandatory thermal screening at arrival and departure points will take place and social distancing of 1.5 meters will continue to be observed as well as indicated distance seating.
“The airport surfaces, trollies and other amenities will be disinfected and cleaned frequently for your safety. The airport counters are fitted with transparent glasses and hand sanitizers for healthy consultations,” Namibia Airports Company said in a statement.
These measures ensure the airport readiness upon the resumption of international flights as borders are to gradually open under the provisions of the State of the Emergency Regulations on COVID-19 as announced by President Hage Geingob.