Domestic Travel Guidelines

To ensure the safety of the passengers during domestic air travel, Ministry of Civil Aviation, India, and various State Governments have issued precautionary measures to be followed by the passengers.

Passengers are requested to go through the guidelines as laid down by the Ministry of Civil Aviation, India and concerned State Governments before booking the flight. Passengers may be denied air travel if they fail to comply with the issued guidelines issued.

SoP for International Passengers with Indian domestic connection flights:

International Arrival Passengers with Indian domestic connecting flights as their final destination would be allowed for the onward journey when exemption from institutional quarantine is granted by the State authorities concerned of the first airport of landing on the basis of a Negative RT-PCR Test Report conducted within 96 hours prior departure.

They must:

1. Complete Self Declaration Form on Arrival which must be submitted to APHO.
2. Undergo mandatory temperature screening.
3. The Negative RT-PCR Test Report will be validated and Stamped as accepted by the State Government official at arrival triage after which passengers will be allowed to exit the triage area without having to stamp their hand.

Brief Summary:

1. Passengers must install Arogyasethu app and fill in the self-declaration form. Details of the self-declaration form must be accurate, else penal action can be taken against the passenger.

2. Please ensure a valid domestic mobile number is provided in the booking.

3. It is mandatory that each and every passenger must be tele- checked in prior arrival at the airport.

4. Passengers to web check in through https://icheck.sita.aero/iCheckWebIX/Home 24 hours to 2 hours before departure of your flight.

5. Passengers must carry the boarding pass to the airport.

6. Details of passenger name and PNR must be affixed or tied with a strong string to the baggage, clearly and securely on the suitcase before airport arrival.

7. Only 1 check-in baggage and 1 hand baggage allowed.

8. Baggage Trolleys to be used sparingly at the Airport.

9. Report at least minimum two hours prior departure but not more than 4 hours prior to the departure.

10. Complete the check-in and baggage drop at least one-hour prior to departure.

State Wise Regulations

KERALA

Passengers must get the pass for entry into the state from https://covid19jagratha.kerala.nic.in/.  To know more about the Kerala Govt. guidelines, click here.

Passengers must submit a self-declaration form online prior tele check-in.

TAMIL NADU

1. For all passengers travelling from International destinations to Tamil Nadu, a valid Negative COVID – 19 PCR test, not more than 96 hours before departure is required. The 96-hour time frame for accepting the COVID-19 PCR test starts from the date of sample/ swab collection.
For passengers arriving India in Vande Bharat Mission flights till 07th September 2020, COVID – 19 PCR test is can be conducted on arrival.

2. All passengers must have an auto generated TN ePass (https://tnepass.tnega.org/)

Click here for more details.

DELHI

Passengers must submit a self-declaration form online prior tele check-in.

To know more about the Delhi Govt. guidelines, click here.

MAHARASHTRA

Passengers must submit a self-declaration form online prior tele check-in.

To know more about the Maharashtra Govt. guidelines, click here.

SELF DECLARATION FORM

KERALA – Click on https://bitly.com/3ggLv7o or scan using the QR code.

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OTHER STATES – Click on https://bit.ly/2XmR77w or scan using the QR code.

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To download the MOCA Guidelines, Click here.

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