The departments concerned will endeavor to consolidate operating facilities within airports and adopt the new technologies so as to develop the OACA website.
Maintenance works in and around airports are also underway.
Insofar as the Tunis Carthage International Airport is concerned, works involve building the transit area and the establishment of an office under the supervision of OACA and equipped with all the means of guiding travelers.
At the Sfax-Thyna and Djerba-Zarsis airports the setting up of new green areas is also underway.
In a related event, OACA announces that new air terminal of the Gabes-Matmata airport will be operational from the third quarter of 2010.
TUNISIAONLINENEWS- As part of preparations for the 2010 tourist season, the Tunisian Civil Aviation and Airports Authority (OACA) has implemented action plans to manage the operation and maintenance of infrastructure in airports and improve their services.
Regarding the operations and facilities recently set up, the program aims at recruiting seasonal workers so as to consolidate business units and implement training programs in terms of reception and orientation of travelers.
Security arrangements were made in airports, in addition to setting up of a team of officers in charge of guiding operations for travelers, in coordination with the parties involved (Tunisair, and Tunisia’s Office for Tunisians Abroad).
Many services are provided to people with disabilities, children and the elderly at the Tunis Carthage International Airport.
OACA has also set up one stop shops for enquiries and information inside and outside airport terminals in Tunisia, in addition to the setting up of a call center (1817) for information and guidance on flights to and from airports in Tunisia.