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    解除封锁后,机场安检将发生重大变化

    2020年06月02日     作者:柴老师国际教育服务 阅读量:

    专家们说,大流行之后,出国的第一波游客在机场的体验将大不相同。

    旅行者在通过安全检查时可能面临更长的排队时间,出于安全和健康方面的考虑,需要更多的限制和检查。

    面部识别和自助通道等已经试用的技术可能必须比预期的更早推出。

    筛选过程也在讨论中,各国无法就普遍措施达成共识。

    虽然某些机场正在进行热扫描和筛查,但其他机场尚未实施。

    但是,他们宣布正在进行试验,同时还希望引入非接触式安全措施和紫外线技术,以确保旅行者的安全。

    一些国家/地区要求提供健康护照,以证明旅行者没有冠状病毒,但目前尚不清楚如何实施这些护照。

    “人们是否应该在出行之前接受筛查是一个很大的问题。” 机场工作人员穆尔凯希说, “我们将面临各种各样的麻烦,有国家认为必须在起飞前进行检查。”

    不过,穆尔卡海伊先生重申,第一批旅客数量不会太多,这意味着社交疏散将更易于管理。

    他说:“每个人都预计需求将逐渐放缓,航班和人流减少–商务和度假旅行将减少。”

    “我认为6月是人们开始重新考虑旅行的起点,但这仅是必不可少的旅行。”

    The first wave of tourists heading abroad after the pandemic will have a very different experience at the airport, according to experts.

    Travellers may already face much longer queues when getting through security, with more restrictions and checks needed for safety reasons as well as health reasons.

    Technology which is already being trialled, such as facial recognition and e-passport gates, may have to be rolled out earlier than expected.

    Screening processes are also in discussion, with countries unable to agree on a universal measure.

    While some airports are doing thermal scanning and screenings, others are yet to implement this.

    However, they have announced trials are in process while also looking to introduce contactless security measures and UV technology to ensure travellers are safe.

    Some countries are asking for health passports proving the traveller doesn’t have coronavirus, but it isn’t clear how these will be implemented as of yet.

    “There is a big question about whether people should be screened before they travel,” Mr Mulcahey said. “There will be all sorts of complications of countries saying they have to be screened before take off.

    The current issue is having the technology to test, which hasn’t caught up to the virus yet.

    “The difficulty at the moment is we don’t have a clear test to show if people have had it or are immune,” he explained.

    However, Mr Mulcahey reiterates that the first wave of travellers will be in low numbers, meaning social distancing will be easier to manage.

    “Everyone is anticipating a slower, gradual demand, with less flights and people travelling – there will be less business and holiday travel,” he said.

    “I think that June is the point when people are going to start thinking about travelling again, although this may remain as essential travel only.

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