SINGAPORE. Changi Airport has become the first airport in Asia Pacific to complete the Airports Council International (ACI) Airport Health Measures Audit Program. The scheme – developed in partnership with Bureau Veritas – supports airports by addressing their health risks and reassuring passengers through an on-site audit of their health measures.
By completing the audit, Changi Airport has demonstrated compliance with a harmonised set of measures, said ACI World, aligned with the recommendations of national and international authorities, and can now display the associated SafeGuard label.
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