Monday, September 07, 2020

KIA ramps up safety with biowaste bins

Bengaluru: Over 700 hand sanitiser dispenser units and 120 biowaste bins have been placed across the Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) complex as part of sanitation and hygienic efforts to ensure safety of passengers. The airport now has an average daily passenger traffic of 24,000 as compared to 13,000 in early June.
With a rise in Covid cases in Bengaluru, the Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL), the airport operator, has stepped up vigil against the pandemic since reopening on May 25. It has introduced various contact-free initiatives like contactless parking, automated check-ins and virtual help desks.
With the introduction of additional flight operations and Karnataka state health authorities lifting Covid related examinations at Bengaluru airport, the daily passenger numbers are increasing, necessitating authorities to provide more hand sanitiser units at strategic points for the use of flyers and staff.
07/09/20 Petlee Peter/Times of India
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