The corona virus is once again in the country. Experts say that this is happening due to looseness of people. People are not strictly following the Corona Guidelines. Therefore, by increasing the strictures, action will be taken against those who do not follow the Corona norms while traveling by air. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation has said that those violating the Corona Guidelines in domestic flights can be banned from traveling for three months. They will be banned.
Senior officials of aviation regulator DGCA said on Wednesday that fifteen passengers found violating COVID-19 norms on domestic flights of three airlines this month could be banned by the airlines for three months.
On March 13, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had asked the airlines to take action against those who do not wear their masks properly despite repeated warnings.
Allows passengers not following the regulatory rules to be banned (by putting them on a no-fly list) for three to 24 months.
While most of these passengers refused to wear masks on the flight, others refused to wear PPE gowns, which are mandatory for those in the middle seats.
Officials said the three airlines could put these 15 passengers on their no-fly list for a period of three months.