The Trinidad and Tobago Airport Authority reminds the public of the strict security measures related to COVID-19 at the international airports of Piarco and ANR Robinson.
In a statement, AATT said airport users must adhere to all COVID-19 protocols at its airport facilities. The AATT said physical distancing, frequent hand disinfection and wearing of face masks should be practiced at all times.
In addition, ground markings and road signs have been installed to provide guidance in all general areas.
The AATT reminded the public that only secure area restaurants are available for sit-down meals.
“We further wish to inform that all food and beverage restaurants at airports have had the option of operating as safe areas, but only a few, such as Heroes and Royal Castle restaurants, have chosen to be established under this policy.
«Please note that Heroes Restaurant offers meals on site, once guests can show proof of vaccination. In general, customers can use the take out service at all airport food outlets, similar to what currently exists in shopping malls across the country. “
“We wish to reassure all stakeholders that our implemented systems comply not only with local health regulations, but also with best management practices for international airports. “
The AATT stated that the Piarco and ANR Robinson international airports have received airport health accreditation from the Airport Council International (ACI), which demonstrates that our health and safety procedures comply with the recommendations of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
The AATT has stated that it continues to be attentive and diligent in complying with, adopting and reviewing all security protocols at our airports.
“We are doing everything we can to ensure that we mitigate the risk of the spread of Covid-19 in our airport facilities, while maintaining efficient airport operations and providing a pleasant and comfortable experience for all travelers.”