The Airports Council International (ACI) has recently certified the Puerto Vallarta International Airport, along with eleven other airports from the Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico (GAP), with the Airport Health Accreditation.

The measurements used for the AHA program align with the ACI Aviation Business Restart and Recovery guidelines; the ICAO Council, a United Nations Specialized Agency; as well as the joint health protocols of the European Aviation Safety Agency and the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control.

Aspects assessed during the AHA accreditation process include strict cleaning and disinfection practices, the promotion of physical distancing by altering the layout of staff and passenger facilities, protection of personnel and communication with passengers.

Through these ACI health accreditation standards, travelers can be confident that certified airports are prioritizing passengers’ and staff members’ health and safety in standardized, established ways.

Beyond the airport, the city of Puerto Vallarta continues to work with the tourism sector, not only to improve the travel experience, but also its biosecurity through comprehensive actions to preserve the health of visitors, which extend to hotels, restaurants, shops, service providers and many other public areas, such as the beaches and the Malecón.

This means that from the moment your plane’s wheels touch down at the Puerto Vallarta International Airport until you board the flight that takes you home, you can rest assured that the community is committed to creating a safe and healthy environment for visitors.

Source: Banderas News