Operation at Ahmedabad Airport will resume from tomorrow i.e. Monday.
– Pilots and airhostesses in PPE suits will be spotted at the airport.
– 50 sanitizer stands have been installed at the airport
– Passengers will only get water on the flight
– Tourists will have to manually scan the boarding pass.
– Permission to keep a single trolley bag
Ahmedabad airport, which has been closed for the last two months, will be throbbing once again from Monday. However, according to airport sources, the experience at the airport will not be the same as before. Ahmedabad Airport and airlines have issued a number of guidelines for passengers and also made arrangements as part of vigilance. As part of the precaution, Indigo Airlines has decided to assign pilots and cabin crew to PPE. So SpiceJet has also decided to provide protective gears for its ground staff and pilot-cabin staff. Passengers will mostly be given only water on the flight and no food will be provided to avoid touch. New sanitizer stands have also been set up at Ahmedabad Airport. Passengers are advised to arrive two hours early. Taxi-cabs are allowed for airport connectivity. Not auto rickshaws. Regarding the safety of passengers, Ahmedabad Airport sources said, “We have done social distance marking at all the places where the line seems to be, such as terminal gate, self check in gate, luggage counter, security check, arrow bridge, boarding gates etc.” We have also made markings on the water cooler. The temperature, mask etc. of each passenger will be checked. We have placed more than 50 stands of the Sanitizer for a walk through terminal. Apart from this, continuous cleaning will also be done. We have also arranged hands free frisking for the passengers.
Planes will be disinfected and fumigated before every departure.
Apart from airports, airlines have also announced a number of in-flight and off-flight measures. Most flights from Ahmedabad are to Indigo and Spice Jet. “We have arranged PPE for the pilot and cabin crew,” an Indigo Airlines spokesman said. Every space inside the flight like tray table, arm rest, overhead nozzle, lavatory will be sanitized. Will be disinfected and fumigated before flight. Passengers will not be given breakfast on the flight but only water. If possible, the passenger should use the lavatory at the airport so that there is less movement in the flight. “We will disinfect all customer touch points,” a SpiceJet spokesperson said. We will also keep only 50 per cent of the number of coaches carrying passengers in the flight. Passengers are advised to dine at home or at the airport as they will not be allowed to dine on the flight. Passengers are also asked to scan their boarding pass manually.
Due to lack of clarity, Go-Air will not start from Monday
While most airlines will start operations from Monday, Go-Array, one of the largest airlines in the country, has decided to start flights from June 1 due to lack of clarity on the issue of quarantine and entry into the passenger states. “We will not start flights from Monday as there is no clarity on how to accept passengers from different states,” a Go-Airline spokesperson said.
From Ahmedabad to Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Calcutta, besides Indore, Bhopal, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Goa, Hyderabad, Kochi, Lucknow, Varanasi, Bangalore, Bhubaneswar, Patna, Guwahati, Jalgaon, Nashik, Jaisalmer to Porbandar, Co. The service will continue.
Class minimum fare maximum fare
A 2000 6000
B 2500 7500
C 3000 9000
D 3500 10000
E 4500 13000
F 5500 15700
G 6500 18600
Minimum rent Maximum rent
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