Egypt is the first in Africa after the successful renewal of the accreditation of 11 airports from the Airports Council International

Taba and Marsa Matrouh International Airports in Egypt have succeeded in renewing the accreditation of the certificate of health and safe travel within the AHA Airports Health Accreditation Program, by the International Airports Council (ACI), bringing the total of Egyptian airports to obtain this certificate to 11 airports, namely Cairo, Luxor, Aswan, Burj Al Arab, Sharm El Sheikh, Hurghada, Sohag, Assiut and Marsa airports. In addition to the airports of Taba and Marsa Matrouh, Egypt will be the first African country to succeed for the second year in a row in renewing the ACI certification.

It is noteworthy that Egypt was one of the first countries that took the lead in participating in the AHA Airport Health Accreditation Program since its inception, which gives airports an assessment that confirms the extent to which their health measures comply with international guidelines.

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