Puerto Vallarta maintains strict protocols at the airport

Puerto Vallarta maintains strict protocols at its airport to provide health security to national and international travelers.

The Puerto Vallarta International Airport maintains strict sanitary protocols in order to prevent the spread of Covid -19; In view of this, it should be considered that the destination is still open only to 25% due to the orange traffic light.

Aeropuerto de Puerto Vallarta recibe Sello de Viajero Seguro - ADEPM

Sanitary filters, control of common areas and constant disinfection, among other strategies, were implemented at the Puerto Vallarta airport.

In this air terminal, which is part of Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico (GAP ), measures such as the specialized service of disinfection and periodic cleaning of handrails, kiosks, counters, doors, and other direct contact surfaces are applied.

Likewise, state-of-the-art steam machines are used for deep cleaning and disinfection of trays, toilets, benches, tables, and other furniture.

Aeropuerto de Puerto Vallarta recibe Sello de Viajero Seguro - ADEPM

The Federal Civil Aviation Agency (AFAC) installed sanitary controls for users, workers, and the general public; There they carry out medical evaluations, temperature measurement with digital thermometers and thermal imaging cameras, all this in the passenger departure and arrival processes.

Additionally, the Puerto Vallarta airport has installed acrylics at documentation, information, immigration, and car rental counters, among other facilities. Signs have been placed on the containers focused on the waste of masks, gloves and face masks.

Vallarta Port
Vallarta Port

A separation of 1.5 to 2 meters must be respected in the rows of documentation, inspection points, migration, customs, baggage claim, embarkation, and disembarkation of passengers.

With the intention of avoiding crowds, it is recommended to carry out online documentation and document hand luggage to avoid further contact.

Another action is the separation of benches in waiting areas, restricting the use of adjoining seats, limiting the use of documentation and migration counters and kiosks. It is also limiting the capacity of aerocars and commercial spaces.

Source: periodicoviaje.com

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