Nadi International Airport continues to limit access into the airport terminal to passengers with valid travel documents and airport staff only as part of its Travel Safe programme.
Farewellers are not permitted into the airport terminal due to social distancing requirements, terminal cleaning and disinfecting protocols and as a priority for the safety of all passengers and airport staff.
Fiji Airports Chairman, Geoffrey Shaw said these restrictions have been in place since March 2020 as a health and safety requirement due to COVID-19.
“Access to Nadi International Airport is restricted to ticketed passengers and airport staff with appropriate clearance. Passengers are required to provide valid travel documents at the security entry check-point. These restrictions remain in place as we continue to provide a safe and healthy airport environment for the travelling public,” Shaw said.
“As part of the new normal, we are maintaining strict protocols with enhanced cleaning and disinfecting routines after every flight. The wearing of approved face masks for passengers is mandatory within the terminal building at all times. Health screenings are conducted upon arrival at Nadi International Airport. These measures are in place to ensure our arriving and departing passengers move safely within Nadi International Airport.”
Fiji Airports has issued its Travel Safe advisory on the Fiji Airports’ website and Social Media platforms for passengers to maintain COVID-19 safety measures that need to be observed at all times throughout their airport journey.
Nadi International Airport is accredited by the Airports Council International’s (ACI) Airport Health Accreditation.