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AAI Guidelines & SOP for Domestic Travel

AAI Guidelines and SOP for Domestic Travel

  • The Airport Authority of India (AAI) has released new guidelines for all domestic flights. domestic flights are going to start its service from 25th May 2020. here, we are providing full list of what’s allowed and what’s not for passengers. you must read before travelling.
  • On 21 May 2020, Union Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri made an announcement that domestic flights services will be started from 25 May 2020. besides this, Airports Authority of India (AAI) published the detailed Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) that highlights rules that should be followed by passengers, travelers and as well as crew while boarding the domestic flights at airports.

Do’s and Don’ts for Air Passengers

Do’s for Air Passengers List Here :

  • Ensure Minimum Touch
  • Maintain Social Distancing
  • make yourself Register on Aarogya Setu App
  • Allowence of Digital Payments
  • Use of Only Authorised Taxis
  • Can carry Only 1 Check-in Bag & 1 Cabin Bag
  • Elderly, pregnant women & ill passengers cann’t be the part of travel.
  • Web Check-in
  • Download & Attach Baggage tag and attach with your bags.
  • Must Wear mask
  • Reach airport before 2 hours duration of your flight
  • Certify your health using Aarogya Setu App

Don’ts for Air Passengers List Here: Check it Right Now

  • You should not be late
  • Should not travel if you are living in COVID-19 containment zone
  • Do not travel if you are positive for COVID-19
  • Aarogya Setu App not compulsory for children under 14 years age
  • Do not eat eatables during travel.

About Airport Authority of India (AAI) –
Headquarters: New Delhi
Founded: 1 April 1995

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