London Biggin Hill Airport launches ‘Contactless Travel’ initiative
London – 2 July 2020 – London Biggin Hill is introducing a ‘Contactless Travel’ initiative, highlighting the health benefits of private aviation to new and existing users.
Contactless Travel ensures personal interactions and touch points are kept to a minimum and made at a safe distance during all stages of a passenger’s journey, providing reassurance during this uncertain time.
Sally Powell, Head of Customer Service, London Biggin Hill Airport, says: “The safety, security and wellbeing of our customers are our top priorities. Passengers typically arrive at the airport’s terminal 10-15 minutes before departure, so flying privately means they can better avoid any risk of infection from commercial airport queues and more easily adhere to social distancing measures.
“When you fly via London Biggin Hill you can be safe in the knowledge that all aircraft moving through the airport are fully-sanitised, with specialist teams providing fumigation and disinfection treatments.”
During the Covid-19 pandemic, London Biggin Hill has remained fully operational as part of the national transport infrastructure, supporting critical medical, repatriation and cargo flights.
Powell adds: “Throughout this period, we’ve continued to support our clients and customers with the services they need to do business. Through our ‘Contactless Travel’ and ‘Return to the Skies’ initiatives, we demonstrate the value of business aviation.”
To find out more about ‘Contactless Travel’ at London Biggin Hill Airport please visit: http://www.contactlesstravel.co.uk/