Another place where it can be observed as implemented is an operational tab for all EPGs that participate in the contractual agreement. By signing international agreements, the AIT has encouraged closer and more formal relations with many concrete international organizations. Each agreement is tailored to each relationship and identifies common interests, defines mutual understanding and defines areas of cooperation between organizations. Olivier Jankovec said: « Cooperation with regulators and industry players is the key to a safe and effective recovery of aviation. This is what airports have engaged in in this crisis, and the cooperation agreement we have signed today with EESA is another reflection of that. In addition to signing the cooperation agreement, ACI Europe has also published its guidelines for a good airport passenger experience. In particular, the cooperation agreement establishes a follow-up model to refine and improve the protocol in light of operational practice and further development. Therefore, this agreement complements the EASA aviation industry charter for COVID-19, where a number of airports refer data to the Security Agency1. Where appropriate, a level of service agreement should be formalized among stakeholders to ensure that expected service levels are achieved throughout the passenger journey, while ensuring that appropriate triggers are provided to reflect growth in demand or systemic changes that affect the overall performance of the airport system. Olivier Jankovec, Director General of the Airports Council International Europe (ACI Europe) and Patrick Ky, Executive Director of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), today signed a groundbreaking agreement to support the continued safe recovery of air traffic after the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The American Concrete Institute is proud to have signed agreements with the following international organizations: an international agreement between concrete organizations engaged in cooperation, coordination and cooperation is a decisive step in the development of a single and concrete community of equal partners at the global level.
The cooperation agreement on the implementation of the EESA/ECDC COVID-19 Joint Protocol on Aviation Safety in Aviation Safety consolidates these operational guidelines for airports and airlines as a European standard and a reference for the states to be followed.