Flight News: Important news for air travelers, DGCA has issued new guidelines, know otherwise you will not be able to travel

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Covid-19 Guidelines for Air Passengers:  If you also travel by flight then there is important news for you. DGCA has issued a new instruction regarding air travel. In view of the increasing new cases of corona across the country, these Kovid guidelines have been issued for the travelers. If air passengers do not follow the prescribed Kovid guidelines, then airlines can throw you out of the flight. Let’s know the new instructions.

information given by the department 

According to the directive issued by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) for airlines and airports on Wednesday, passengers must wear masks at all stages of their journey. In fact, in view of the increase in COVID-19 cases, airlines have been advised to ensure that. The ministry has said in its order, ‘The airlines will ensure that all passengers wear face masks properly and continue to wear them throughout the journey.’

mandatory to follow instructions 

In view of the increase in the number of COVID-19 cases, the DGCA said that the airlines have again been advised to strictly follow the COVID-19 protocol inside the aircraft. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Tuesday directed all airlines to ensure that passengers are properly wearing masks during travel and proper sensitization of passengers through various platforms. If any passenger does not follow the instructions, strict action will be taken against the passenger by the airline.

Why did the department take the decision?

Giving information on this, a senior DGCA official said that the cases of Kovid are increasing continuously in the country, in view of which the department has taken this decision. “We will follow up with random checks and stern action will be taken against the stakeholders concerned in case of violations,” he said. According to the official, masks can be removed in exceptional circumstances and only for permissible reasons, the DGCA had issued such instructions earlier in June as well.

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