You can fly inside India from May 25, but on a long list of conditions

Updated: May 22, 2020, 07:49 IST | Agencies | Mumbai

As domestic flight operations resume on May 25 after a two-month hiatus, all airlines will have to adhere to the upper and lower limits of fares prescribed by the government, the Civil Aviation Ministry says

  • Passengers have to be thermal screened and must have Aarogya Setu on their mobiles, except children below 14.
  • Passengers should reach the airport two hours before departure
  • Passengers will be allowed into the terminal only if their flights are within four hours
  • State governments and administrations have to ensure public transport and private taxis for passengers and airline crew
  • Only personal vehicles or select cab services will be allowed to take passengers and staff to the airport or from it.
  • All passengers have to wear masks and gloves
  • For physical distancing in passenger seating areas, chairs to marked
  • All staff should have hand sanitisers and PPE as directed by the home ministry
  • Trolleys will not be allowed in the arrival or departure sections.
  • Airport operators should make arrangements for sanitizing baggage before entry
  • All entry gates of the terminal will be opened to avoid crowding
  • Social distancing marks or stickers at a distance of at least a metre will be provided at the entry gates, screening zones and terminals.
  • Mats or carpets soaked with bleach will be placed at the entrance to disinfect shoes
  • Counters with Plexiglas or face shields for staff wherever there is interaction with passengers
  • Newspapers or magazines will not be provided in the terminal buildings or lounges
  • Employees with high fever, difficulty in breathing or cough will not be allowed entry into the airport.

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