• Scope of Sanitization Efforts

    This new reality drives us to review and adjust our sanitization and hygiene protocols to prevent the spread of the virus.

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    Cleaning & Disinfection

    In compliance with the CDC, OSHA, and WHO guidelines, among other agencies, the following procedures should be practiced daily in addition to the routine cleaning that is carried out regularly at the airport.

  • Strict Protocols

    The frequency of cleaning activities was increased in areas with high passenger volumes, continuous passenger traffic, or high concentration of employees (subject to flight activity).

    Attention to Surfaces

    We have increased the frequency of cleaning of high contact surfaces, with an effective disinfectant against viruses, bacteria, and fungi. Disinfected surfaces are allowed to air dry.

    Deep Cleaning

    Deep and intense cleaning of open areas should be carried out, using disinfectant products. In addition, floors in all areas should also be cleaned with disinfectant products.

  • Equipment & Common Areas

    The deep cleaning efforts seek to mitigate risks to employees and visitors. In addition to sanitizing high traffic areas, we reinforce the cleaning and sanitization of operational vehicles before and after each use. Similarly, the tools and equipment used by Aerostar employees will be sanitized before and after each use.

  • Sanitization of Surfaces

    Every hour, trained personnel clean high-contact surfaces such as counters, bathrooms, and more. These people use all the appropriate clothing to protect themselves while conducting the cleaning and sanitizing process while using disinfectant chemicals utilized often at hospitals.

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    Directed Disinfection

    These measurements are performed in a facility or parts of a facility directly impacted by a COVID-19 exposure event.

  • What do we consider an impacted facility?

    It is one in which one or more people who meet the following criteria have been:

    • The individual(s) has a confirmed or suspected diagnosis of COVID-19, or
    • The person(s) is (are) ill and has/have traveled from a location where there has been a community outbreak in the last 14 days, or
    • The individual(s) is (are) ill and have (have) been in direct contact with someone who has a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19.


    In addition to cleaning and disinfection efforts, eviction from the area is added during the cleaning period. This is done with specialized detergents to eliminate bacteria, viruses, and fungi. All high contact surfaces are disinfected. Personnel wears appropriate personal protective clothing. Once the cleaning process is complete, all the protective clothing — gloves, masks, aprons, etc. — is disposed in a sealed plastic bag.

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    Equipment & Materials

    The personnel dedicated to cleaning and disinfecting the airport areas must use the materials described here.

  • Materials, Equipment & Personnel

    • Use of sanitizing products, approved by the CDC and included in the EPA list N (products tested to eliminate Sars-Cov-2).
    • Use of various disinfection chemicals, some hospital grade.
    • Use of vacuum cleaners with built-in HEPA filters.
    • Steam cleaning of carpets to eliminate bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
    • All cleaning and disinfecting products are used in accordance with the recommendations of the manufacturer and applicable federal agencies.


    • We guarantee the training of personnel in advanced sanitation techniques and chemical product management.
    • We promote the mandatory use of Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE), which includes facial protection, disposable gloves (latex, nitrile, etc.), gowns, and aprons while carrying out disinfection and sanitization activities.
    • Regular meetings and information sessions are held to discuss and plan disinfection practices.
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