The air terminal begins its operations for international flights on September 19. The food and farewell or reception areas of relatives will be limited.
The San Óscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdámez International Airport will restart operations this coming Saturday, September 19, for which biosecurity measures have been established that all passengers and travelers’ families must comply with in order to avoid coronavirus infections.
The Autonomous Executive Port Commission (CEPA) that manages the air terminal has detailed some of these measures through its social networks.
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* Each person who enters the facilities of the International Airport from September 19, whether a national or foreign worker or passenger, must use the mask and must maintain a physical distance of two meters from other people following signage In the terminal.
* The parking lot is the only area authorized to drop off or receive passengers.
* Only a maximum of 2 companions will be allowed to enter the parking lot and this will be the same number of people allowed to receive the passenger.
* CEPA has installed a luggage rack service in the parking lot for the comfort of passengers. You must use this equipment ensuring that it has been disinfected.
* Passengers will enter the check in of the respective airlines in groups of 10.
* When boarding the vehicle they should leave immediately so as not to stay in contact with other people for a long time.
* CEPA has installed protection barriers in passenger service areas.
* The entire terminal is signposted to maintain physical distance. Visitors and travelers must respect this sign.
* Sanitizing stations have been placed that users can use.
Also, as of September 19, 17 passenger airlines, services and parcel shipping have been confirmed to resume operations.
Avianca, the main commercial passenger airline in El Salvador, confirmed that it will resume operations with 9 destinations in Central America and the United States and a total of 15 flights on September 19 alone.
The other airlines with approved protocols to restart are Spirit, Copa Airlines, Aerorutas Maya, Iberia, American Airlines, Amerijet, Transportes Aéreos Guatemaltecos (TAG), DHL, Delta Airlines, Volaris, United Airlines, Tri-Star, AirSupport, Kitchen of flights , Aerodespacho and Hernández Express.