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Resumption of commercial flights at Paris-Orly Airport on June 2020, 26th

Groupe ADP announces the resumption of commercial flights at Paris Orly Airport on Friday, June 2020, 26th. These fights have been suspended since March 2020, 31st.
The reopening of Paris-Orly facilities will be done gradually, supporting demand and optimizing the infrastructure implemented by the airport. Operations will start by Orly 3 area.

The effective reopening is depending on the lifting in the main restrictions by mid-June, in particular those which limit passenger movements and therefore the ability of airlines to operate flights within the Schengen area.

All precautions are taken by Paris Aéroport, in connection with airlines, so that barrier gestures and physical distance have to be respected throughout the passenger's path and among others:
-  The compulsory wearing of a mask;
-  The signage to enforce physical distance;
-  Some automatic hydro alcoholic gel dispensers;
-  A strengthening of disinfection and cleaning procedures with a virucidal product;
-  An adaptation of security control process to limit physical contacts.

As soon as commercial flights resume, Orly 3 will also be equipped with thermal cameras so that passengers can take advantage temperature measurement once they arrives in Paris. And also be directed, if needs and if they wish, to support medical at the airport.
In addition, there are security process for departures, settled by airlines such as temperature measurement at the boarding gate, and a declaration of none Covid-19 symptoms.
Augustin de Romanet, Chairman & CEO of Groupe ADP, said: “To anticipate this decision to reopen Paris-Orly Airport, Groupe ADP wishes to ease the recovery as fast as possible for connectivity, tourism and economic activity. So, it's working to shape this reopening in optimal sanitary conditions.
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