GACA continues to carry out its monitoring rounds at its airports and headquarters
April 4, 2021
The General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) continued its plan to follow up on the application of precautionary measures contained in the aviation operating manual in light of the Corona pandemic, on the airports, making sure that the relevant authorities adhere to the procedures, including the adherence to the use of the "Tawaklna" program for workers in GACA’s facilities and to ensure the provision of personal protection means and raise the capabilities of workers to evaluate cases of virus suspicion and deal with these cases at the terminals or on other mode of transportation, to ensure the availability of the required conditions, monitor observations and prepare periodic reports related to the safety of travelers.
The inspection teams at the GACA began their inspection rounds today at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah to ensure the extent of commitment to the application of the operating guidelines in light of the Corona pandemic, and the adherence of using the "Tawakalna" application for airport workers.
This comes in conjunction with what GACA has directed regarding the necessity for all civil aviation employees and airport workers to use the “Tawaklna” application and follow the precautionary measures and preventive measures taken by the competent authorities to prevent the spread of the Corona virus among members of society.
GACA is keen to develop and improve the field of the aviation industry and provide the best services to the beneficiaries of the Kingdom's airports in competition with the world's airports, and in accordance with the best international standards, which contributes to improving services and facilitating travel procedures and reduce the time it takes for the traveler to complete the check-in procedures before boarding the plane with the application of all preventive measures from Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).