The government is forced to take strict measures amid fears that the second wave of Corona will start in the country. The DGCA Aviation Regulatory Authority has directed all airlines to strictly follow the use of masks in flight. If the passenger is not wearing a mask, he must be taken off the plane.
Due to the increasing contagion, lockdowns and night curfews have been imposed in several states of the country. People follow the line of Corona guide, so the government is taking drastic steps. In the same sequence, the General Directorate of Civil Aviation issued instructions not to board the plane without wearing a mask. If someone does not wear a mask during the flight, take it off. The General Directorate of Civil Aviation has also issued guidelines for Corona rules during the flight.
Then the air travel will stop
In its latest guidance, the General Directorate of Civil Aviation instructed airlines to strictly follow Corona rules. It states that if a passenger does not wear a mask or follow the physical distance rule, they must be placed on the “no-fly” list for at least three months to two years or more. That is, his air travel should be banned.
These provisions are also included in the new guide
If a passenger says before leaving the flight that he will not follow Coron’s instructions, he must be removed from the plane.
If a passenger does not wear a mask even after repeated warnings or does not follow the Kovid-19 protocol, he is considered an “unregistered passenger” and the airline in question must take legal action against him.
Civil aviation services have various rules for teaching a lesson to unregistered travelers. If the passenger uses offensive language, he can be banned from traveling for a period of three months.
If a passenger attacks a crew member, he can be banned from flying for six months.
If it is life-threatening, it can be banned from air travel for two years or more.