SAWT BEIRUT INTERNATIONAL

| 3 August 2021, Tuesday |

Protective measures at Beirut’s Airport are among the strictest globally, says Al Hassan

The Head of Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport Fadi El Hassan called on citizens to abide to the statement issued by the airport recently asking citizens to stay in their cars when waiting for arrivals.”

El-Hassan said during a television interview that “the protective procedures at Beirut’s Airport are the strictest and comply with the global norms, as all arrivals are undertaking PCR tests.” He added that things have begun to return to normal at the airport, whether in terms of PCR examinations or delays in receiving bags.”

El Hassan said that in 2019, before the crises, the number of passengers at the airport ranged between 15,000 and 16,000 per day, and we are currently close to these numbers, reaching up to 13,000 passengers in some days.

El-Hassan revealed that “if the activity keeps on the same pace the number of airport passengers  would reach 16,000 daily.