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Do's and Don'ts while travelling by air during COVID-19

People have been facing the pandemic for an year, now they have learned to shed the fear of the virus and are ready to travel. One should never forget to take precautions while travelling in order to keep itself and others safe. As a matter of precautions, we have listed down some Do's and Don'ts that every passenger must follow during COVID-19, while travelling by air.

Do's while travelling by air during COVID-19

  • Reach the airport two hours before boarding the flight
  • Always maintain gap with fellow passengers
  • Always carry your negative RT-PCR Test reports in hand
  • Make use of digital payments
  • Make sure you follow baggage rules
  • Passengers should always wear protective gear
  • Cabin crew should wear full protective suit
  • Do web check-ins
  • Passengers should print the baggage tags themselves, and affix it on their bag
  • Passengers should cooperate with the airport staff during screening
  • Passengers should adhere the single baggage policy
  • Passengers should dispose off all the used bio hazardous materials like gloves, mask, tissues, etc. in the yellow coloured bins before leaving the airport.
  • Passengers should maintain hygiene and sanitation throughout the flight.

Don'ts while travelling by air during COVID-19

  • Hygiene and sanitation should be maintained by the passenger on personal level
  • Minimize the use of elevators
  • Avoid queuing at the lavatory
  • Avoid eating at the airport and aircraft
  • Avoid reading paper magazines
  • While travelling to and fro India, use Aarogya Setu App
  • Do not remove your mask in the crowd, to drink water
  • Do not touch objects around you
  • Avoid usage of baggage trolleys
  • Avoid carrying printed boarding passes

The aviation industry represents only a small percentage of GDP, yet, holds strong inter-industry link with both upstream as well as downstream sectors making it a prominent part of the economy. This industry has always been a target of government policies, COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a new suite of loans, wage subsidies, equity injections, raising concerns regarding efficiency and competition.