Travelling by air within India? Follow these rules

With domestic flights resuming next week, the ministry of civil aviation said that only a third of operations will be allowed while releasing the SOPs for those travelling.
The ministry said only one check-in bag and one cabin bag will be allowed. It also advised pregnant ladies and passengers with ailments to avoid travel.
Some of the rules are:
  • Only those passengers with confirmed web check-in will be allowed to enter the airport
  • Passengers will be required to wear face mask     
  •  Only one check-in bag will be allowed
  • Pregnant ladies, passengers with ailments are advised to avoid travel
  • A self-declaration/Aarogya Setu app status would also be obtained that the passenger is free of Covid-19 symptoms   
  • Passengers with ‘Red’ status in the Aarogya Setu app will not be allowed to travel    
  • The cabin crew will be in full protective suit
  • The airlines will not provide meal services on board
  • No newspaper or magazines will be provided by the airlines   
  • Use of baggage trolley to be minimised
  • Passengers are advised to minimise use of lavatory and to avoid any non-essential movement in the aisles
  • Passengers will not be allowed to consume eatables inside the aircraft during the flight  
  • All those travelling will be thermally screened at the airport entry gate
  • No passengers from containment zones allowed    

     * Chairs marked ‘not for use’ should not be taken

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