If you are planning to travel during Covid-19 in India, this video is for you!
I recently travelled from Bengaluru to my home town Darbhanga and sharing my honest experience and have recorded my experience about it.
1. All passengers will have to compulsorily have the Aarogya Sethu app installed. Anyone showing red on the app will not be allowed to fly.
2..Mandatory Web check-in & generating baggage tags.
3. Only one check-in bag will be allowed per passenger.
4. Passengers will have to report 2 hours before departure as per new domestic guidelines.
5. Passengers will have to do mandatory web check-in, and carry a print out of their boarding pass. Masks & sanitisers will also be mandatory for all passengers.
6. Middle seats of the aeroplane will not be kept empty. Aeroplanes will run at full capacity. As per airport authorities keeping the middle seat empty does not solve the purpose.
# Dos & Don’ts To Be Kept In Mind By Travellers
Passengers are requested to maintain social distancing and avoid touching surrounding from the point of origin till the airport. Registering on the Aarogya Setu app is also necessary. So here’s what you need to keep in mind while travelling.
# When Travelling To The Airport
Registration on Aarogya Setu app and self-declaration is compulsory.
It’s advised that passengers use digital mode of payment and used authorised taxis.
Only one cabin bag and one check-in bag is permitted
Elderly people, vulnerable people and pregnant women are advised to avoid travelling.
Obtain boarding pass and ensure web check-in
Passengers must download the baggage tag/baggage identification number, print it and fix it on the bag at a prominent place.
In case baggage tag is not printable, PNR number and the name of the passenger must be displayed prominently on the bag
Wearing a mask is compulsory.
Passengers must arrive at the airport at least a couple of hours before the scheduled departure of the flight.
Status of health must be updated on the Aarogya Setu app.
Apart from these guidelines, the ministry has also prompted passengers to not reach late. Those living in coronavirus containment zones or who have tested positive for the deadly virus must avoid travelling. The airlines will issue a boarding pass after the passengers have declared that they don’t live in a containment zone and are not showing any symptoms as part of the self-declaration. Passengers must update their health on the Aarogya Setu app and show it to the staff at the entry gate.
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