“The company asked Dr Victor Ciocirlan, a doctor of biological sciences and university lecturer, for explanations. He stated that these insects belong to the species Calosoma and do not pose a threat to the health and safety of citizens. “They are a seasonal type of insects that move towards light and warmth and appear during the cereal growing season,” the report said.
“Their migration can be seen in the evening or at night, closer to the morning, they migrate from outside into the terminal. Given the fact that there are wheat fields in the immediate vicinity of the airport, this phenomenon is natural.
Importantly, the company systematically employs the services of an extermination company in this segment, which uses a range of measures aimed at eliminating insects. For this purpose, specialised equipment and products are used, in compliance with all safety and environmental regulations, in order to minimize the risk of exposure to the chemicals used.
This method involves a complete survey of spaces and external territories, treatment of territories with specialised agents, as well as a set of preventive measures,” the report concluded.