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Prohibition of passengers on board flights for up to 2 years if corona rules are not followed properly: DGCA order

The Directorate of Passenger Aviation has warned that passengers who do not follow the rules for preventing the spread of corona virus and do not follow social exclusion will be banned from flying for 3 months to 2 years.

The spread of corona virus in the country is slowly increasing. In particular, the incidence of corona virus is increasing in 6 states including Maharashtra, Delhi, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. One lakh people have been newly infected in Corona in the last 6 days, according to the Union Health Ministry.

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation has issued a circular stating that passengers arriving at the airport must abide by the Corona Safety Prevention Rules.

According to a circular issued by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation:

“Passengers arriving at the airport must follow the Corona rules, wear a mask and adhere to social exclusion. Passengers who do not comply with the Corona Prevention Rules and do not comply with the social exclusion will be added to the list of passengers who are disqualified from boarding the flight. Those passengers will be banned from flying for 3 months to a maximum of 2 years.

If a passenger refuses to follow the guidelines provided by the flight attendants before departure, the passenger will be dropped off.

If a passenger refuses to wear a helmet after boarding a plane, or violates corona prevention rules, he or she will be treated as a traveler who disobeys the warnings issued.

Thus a passenger violating the corona rules will be banned from traveling on the plane. Disrespectful flight attendants will be banned for 3 months, assaults for 6 months, intimidation for 2 years or a lifetime.

A panel set up on behalf of the airline concerned will consult on the incident, decide what kind of offense is and give a sentence.

Similarly, if a passenger breaks the corona detours before departure, and repeatedly violates the warning rules, the passenger can be handed over to security officials on behalf of the airline.

Thus stated in the circular.


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