Lima Airport Partners (LAP), consortium operator of Jorge Chavez International Airport, has deployed a system that will reduce the risk of contagion through technological solutions, in view of the upcoming reactivation of domestic flights. The concessionaire implemented a system for measuring body temperature called Thermographic Cameras that allows maintaining public health in scenarios with large influxes of people.
The thermal sensor of the Thermographic Cameras solution allows the detection of any case of abnormal body temperature and thus activates the respective health protocols. All passengers entering the terminal must first go through the thermographic temperature control. If you have more than 38° of temperature, you will not be able to enter and you will be referred to the health authorities.
"We want the travel experience to be safe. The health of our passengers is our priority. We have invested more than one hundred thousand dollars in this system to guarantee the safety of Jorge Chavez," said Pamela Moreno, LAP's Operations Manager.
During the health emergency period, from March to May, Jorge Chávez Airport limited its services to cargo operations, that is, only 2% of its active regular operation. Now, after the lifting of the quarantine, flights to domestic destinations will be resumed gradually on July 15, with all security protocols in place.