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What guidelines did govt issue for passengers to follow inside the aircraft?


Team Udayavani, May 22, 2020, 3:18 PM IST

Ministry of Civil Aviation on Thursday, May 21 announced a list of guidelines for air passengers as domestic flights in the country ready to resume services from May 25.

The ministry has said that all passengers will have to compulsorily register on the Aarogya Setu app and the same will be verified by CISF security at the airport.

Also, only one check-in bag and one cabin bag will be allowed per traveller.

There are also guidelines for passengers to follow inside the aircraft:

1.Passengers must strictly follow hygiene and sanitation inside the aircraft. Face to face interaction to be minimised.

2.Non-essential movement in the aisle to be avoided and passengers must minimize use of toilets.

3.Queuing at the lavatory would not be allowed and only one attendant would be permitted for children and elderly.

4.While water bottles would be available at the gallery area or on the seats, the airlines will not provide any meals.

5.Consumption of any eatables inside the aircraft would be prohibited.

6.No newspapers or magazines will be available inside the cabin, and no on-board sale of any kind would take place.

7.If any passenger feels fatigued, uncomfortable or has a cough, the same must be brought to the immediate attention of the crew so that the passenger can be taken care of.

 

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