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The Colorado Springs Airport Coronavirus Efforts

The Colorado Springs Airport Coronavirus Efforts

Statement: Aidan L. Ryan, Marketing and Communications Manager

Date: March 4, 2020

The Colorado Springs Airport’s number one priority is the health and safety of our passengers, airport users and our employees. We continue to work with the CDC and other local and Federal partners to ensure that we are following recommended practices in addition to our normal cleaning operations. We have recently made several additions within our facility to help prevent the spread of germs to include additional sanitizing stations and ensuring we have adequate cleaning and hygiene supplies on-hand. We will continue to monitor and asses as needed and as more information comes available.

COS’s enhancements in place or coming soon include:

· Strategically installed hand sanitizer dispensers throughout the Colorado Springs Airport. This includes; all three floors on the public side, TSA check point, throughout the concourse, Premier Lounge, and information booth.

· Attendant/custodial crews will be increasing their cleaning frequencies of all flat surfaces in addition to our everyday cleaning operations to keep our facility clean.

· In light of the local shortage, we have worked with our vendors to maintain a three-month supply of cleaning and hygiene supplies on-hand, and have a system in place that will prevent the airport from being impacted by the current shortages that the public may be experiencing locally.

· Continue to educate our passengers and employees on the importance of thoroughly washing their hands with soap regularly for at least 20 seconds, utilize our hand sanitizer dispensers, cough and sneeze into their elbow, and limit physical touch such as hugging or shaking hands. All of these are easy and effective ways to avoid contracting or transmitting common colds, flu and other viruses. Educational information provided by the CDC will be soon available throughout our facility on following the CDC’s guidelines


According to the CDC Website - Because of how air circulates and is filtered on airplanes, most viruses and other germs do not spread easily on airplanes. Although the risk of infection on an airplane is low, travelers should try to avoid contact with sick passengers and wash their hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer that contain 60%–95% alcohol

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