Authorities are prone to start operations in a phased method for each worldwide in addition to home flights so as to forestall extreme crowds at airports.
- Last Updated: April 9, 2020, 1:30 PM IST
- Edited by: Anirudh SK
Taking cues from its operation throughout the lockdown the place the Delhi airport functioned to felicitate rescue and medical flights, airport authorities are actually planning to implement an analogous mannequin as soon as the lockdown is over.
The authorities is prone to start operations in a phased method for each worldwide in addition to home flights so as to forestall extreme crowds at airports. A number of of the measures which might be anticipated to be carried out in any respect airports as soon as the operation is dwell embrace retaining the center seats and final three rows empty to minimise contact between passengers. Airlines may also be requested to minimise onboard service so as to forestall shut contact between the cabin crew and passengers.
Pre-packaged meals shall be saved on the seats previous to boarding whereas airline might additionally permit passengers to hold their very own meals. Other measures will embrace boarding of simply three rows at a time. Airports may also be required to make sure a two-metre distancing throughout check-in and safety examine.
The AAI-GMR group joint venture-run Delhi Airport on Tuesday mentioned it has dealt with over 50 evacuation flights, transporting over 10,000 stranded overseas nationals to their respective international locations, until date because the implementation of 21-days lockdown.
Since the suspension of all industrial passenger plane operations, the Delhi Airport has been operational 24×7 regardless of the suspension of business operations, as a result of 21-day lockdown following the coronavirus outbreak, mentioned Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL) CEO, Videh Kumar Jaipuriar mentioned.
In the final two weeks, the airport has remained useful to deal with cargo and evacuation flights, operated by international locations like Japan, Norway, Germany, Afghanistan, Poland, Russia and France to repatriate their nationals stranded in India as a result of lockdown, DIAL mentioned.
With inputs from PTI