The government announced domestic flight operations from May 25 on Wednesday, and on Thursday, the Airport Authority of India (AAI) released the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP). Passengers traveling in flight will have to follow the rules framed by AAI. We are referring to the ten rules in this article that are given in the SOP.
Passengers will have to arrive at the airport 2 hours before the scheduled time of the journey and passengers departing in the next 4 hours will only be allowed to enter the terminal building.
All passengers will have to wear masks, gloves.
The 'Arogya Setu' app in your mobile will be mandatory for all passengers and is being used at the entry gate with CISF/Dc. It will be verified by the airport staff. However, this app is not mandatory for children under 14 years of age. Passengers who do not show green on this app will not be allowed to enter the airport.
Thermal screening of all passengers will be mandatory before entering the terminal building. A number of thermal screening stations will be set up on the city side on behalf of the airport operator.
You have to give a valid reason for the use of trolleys in the departure and arrival area.
The luggage of the passengers will be sanitized before entering the terminal building. Matte/soaked with bleach to disinfect shoes Will be carpets.
Check-in counters will be high so that there is no congestion, so airlines have to deploy more staff.
In the terminal lounge building, Magazines and News Paper will not be provided.
Hand simulators will be provided by air operators for passengers and airport staff at various places.
All F and B and retail outlets will remain open at airports.
The government's announcement to restore domestic passenger services from May 25 has seen a strong spurt of up to 10 percent in the share of aviation companies. Interglobe Aviation shares rose 9.88 percent to 1,002 during early trading in BSE. SpiceJet also jumped 4.88 percent to Rs 42.95. Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said on Wednesday that domestic passenger flight services will resume from May 25.
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