Safety has always been the greatest priority in aviation, and for decades our industry has proven its ability to manage risks in a professional, innovative, and globally-coordinated way.
Metron Aviation and Airbus, its parent company, implemented a strategic response to COVID-19 which involves a company mobilization as unprecedented as the coronavirus itself; with crisis management teams established around the world, and employees who are demonstrating an unwavering commitment to adapt, realign, and reinvent as the situation evolves.
The number of positive coronavirus cases are increasing in the Washington Metro Area. Metron Aviation continues to monitor the situation along with the support and guidance from Airbus, the World Health Organization, and the Center for Disease Control. In March 2020 the company implemented several policies and procedures including travel restrictions, no in-person events or meetings, teleworking, monitoring high risk areas, personal techniques that mitigate the situation, and more.
This global pandemic is a dynamic and changing situation, and plans are to keep meeting our commitments to customers, partners, and employees during this time to ensure business continuity.
For details on company COVID-19 policies and procedures contact: Dana Houghton, Head of Human Resources dana.houghton@metronaviation
COVID-19 Recovery & Aviation
Air Traffic Management Software
In response to the uncertainty that COVID-19 has caused the aviation industry, Metron Aviation partnered with the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) to aid air navigation service providers (ANSPs) to effectively respond to the global community’s recovery phase as travel restrictions are lifted.