Malta International Airport is carrying out market research with the aim of better understanding whether the public is ready to start travelling again and visit the airport for reasons not related to travelling.
The questionnaire which is done anonymously, is available here, and consists of 12 questions divided into three categories and will not take longer than eight minutes to complete.
The questions in the first section focus on the intentions of the respondents regarding travel and visiting the airport for reasons not related to travel, while the second section focuses on whether the probability of the health and safety measures taken on site will influence these intentions.
This questionnaire is being carried out as part of the commitment by MIA to rebuild consumer confidence in travelling by providing a safe environment in every part of the terminal building.
The MIA has already implemented a comprehensive set of health and safety measures which include the installation of nine thermal cameras, more frequent cleaning and disinfecting and a better distribution of the terminal so that passengers and visitors will not be in contact.
The company is now giving residents of Malta an opportunity to give their feedback with the aim of determining whether additional measures are required for those who still have reservations about travelling to make them feel more comfortable about traveling again and using the MIA.
For more information please visit www.maltairport.com