Domestic air flights will start in India on 25th May. All flights were banned for the last 2 months due to lockdown. All the preparations have been done at Delhi Airport before the flight operation. Travelers must ensure that their body temperature is normal before traveling.
The normal internal body temperature of the human body is 98.6 degrees, which is considered fine up to 99 degrees. Doctors generally consider a person to have a fever when the body temperature is above 100 degrees, but security has now been increased at the airport in view of the Coronavirus. If the body temperature was found to be 98.7 degrees at the International Airport in Delhi, the passenger would not be able to enter inside the terminal.
Before the commencement of domestic flights in India, preparations were going on to prevent corona infection at Delhi Airport. The Airport Authority has made a lot of preparations for not spreading the corona infection among the passengers.
Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) told the media today how the passengers will be screened at the airport. In the investigation, sanitization of passengers’ hands and soles of shoes, disinfection of luggage, and installation of the Arogya Setu App in mobile phones will be necessary for a person to enter the airport. Only then will he be allowed to take a boarding pass.
Thermal scanning has been arranged in many places at the airport. The first domestic flight from Delhi Airport will leave at 4:30 am on 25 May. At present, the central government has allowed operation of only one-third of the flights, 190 flights will be able to depart daily from this airport and the same number of flights will be able to land here. It has been estimated that 20,000 passengers are expected to commute daily. All flights will be operated from Delhi’s international terminal T3.
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