Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Airports Authority of India issues guidelines for flight operations

The aviation regulatory body has announced detailed guidelines to its airports for managing operations once the lockdown is lifted in India.

Airports Authority of India (AAI), which manages over 100 airports in the country has stated that they should prepare to handle only 30 per cent of the normal flight schedule, in the first phase of operations, after restrictions are eased.
Previously, Business Traveller India reported on the privately owned-airports such as Delhi, Mumbai, and Hyderabad announcing post-lockdown measures.

According to the AAI guidelines shared with Press Trust of India, “Initially, it is presumed that airline operations will be limited to Tier I cities i.e. metros and some of the state capitals and major Tier II cities.”

The set guidelines also mentioned, to begin with, Indian airports operating multiple terminals will have to operate with only one terminal.

Different parking stands and baggage belts will be allocated for aircraft arriving from Covid-19 hotspots.
29/04/20 Business Traveller
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