New Delhi: You travel by flight many times, but if you do not pay attention to some special things, you can be taken off the flight and handed over to the police. Not only this, your air travel can be banned for 2 years.
Due to the growing cases of coronavirus, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has written a letter to all airport authorities giving instructions about some new and strict rules. If these rules are not met, the passenger can not only be airlifted from the flight but can also be banned for his air travel for two years.
According to the DGCA, no passenger will be able to enter the airport terminal without a mask. If he enters wearing a mask, but is found traveling without a mask in the flight, he will be taken off. Not only this, if he is not found wearing a proper mask inside the airport terminal, then the CISF personnel will explain it first. If he does not agree, he will be handed over to the police and his air travel will be banned for two years. That is, he will be put on the no-fly list.
A guideline has been set for passengers traveling by air. There is a provision for action on violation of this. For example, immediate action is taken against those who mishandle aircraft, assault other passengers or crew members, including addicts, or cause problems to other passengers or crew members. They are put on the no-fly list. Apart from legal action, the passenger will not be able to travel on any aircraft for 2 years if put on the no-fly list.