Naples Airport achieves industry standard Safety 1st Clean certification
The Naples Airport has met all requirements for Safety 1st Clean certification by the National Air Transportation Association.
The NATA’s Safety 1st Clean certification represents the Naples Airport Authority’s continued commitment to ensuring the safest possible environment for our employees and customers. The certification ensures that the airport is utilizing industry best standards and practices for cleaning, disinfecting and facility operations in response to the pandemic.
“While the Naples Airport was already following stringent cleaning and disinfecting procedures prior to this certification process, attaining the Safety 1st Certification demonstrates our commitment to following the highest standards in the aviation industry and assuring our customers that their safety is the Naples Airport’s top priority.” said Christopher Rozansky, NAA executive director.
The Safety 1st Clean standard is produced by the National Air Transportation Association Safety Committee to provide general guidance on facility cleaning, disinfecting and facility operations in response to a pandemic. The goal of this standard is to safeguard FBO team members, clients, corporate assets and the general public. NATA and its membership are committed to helping reduce the spread of contagious diseases, but also understand that no cleaning and disinfecting standard is failsafe. This standard represents industry best practices and government agency guidance. For more information, visit www.nata.aero/safety-1st/clean.
Naples Airport is ideally located within minutes of downtown Naples, the Gulf of Mexico and I-75, connecting people to the Paradise Coast through an exceptional airport experience. The airport serviced 104,479 annual operations in the last fiscal year, while being an engaged, responsive partner to the community. Home to a number of aviation related businesses, the airport is also a central location for public services, including fire/rescue services, mosquito control, the Collier County Sheriff’s Aviation Unit and other community services.
All funds used for the airport’s operation, maintenance and improvements are generated from activities at the airport or federal and state grants from aviation-related user fees. The airport receives no local tax dollars. The Florida Department of Transportation values the airport’s annual economic impact to the community at more than $440 million.
For more information or to subscribe to email updates from the airport, visit www.FlyNaples.com.