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Travelling to Bangalore? Don’t worry. You won’t need to carry a CoVid-19 negative report just yet. Except, if you are arriving from Maharashtra, Punjab, Chandigarh or Kerala.
Arrivals in Delhi will now be tested at Random for CoVid-19. Passengers selected for the test will be allowed to leave after sample collection but will have to quarantine if found positive for the virus.
If you were thinking of flying into India or heading outside the country over the next few weeks, let’s forget it. India has announced that for now, only travel under the Vande Bharat Mission and air bubble flights are allowed.
Rajasthan is implementing a new guideline that requires everyone entering the state to have a Covid-19 negative report available when they enter the state or go to quarantine.
India has notified and implemented harsher rules for those passengers who refuse to wear a mask on the plane. Four Passengers were met by security and put on a no-fly list as soon as the rules got notified, signalling airlines won’t shy away from using this rule to keep the miscreants at bay.
Etihad Airways will most likely not operate their A380 aircraft after the pandemic, in a clear sign that the airline is refocussing its effort on operating more fuel-efficient aircraft in the post-pandemic era.
Watch Air India perform one of their last passenger flights with the Boeing 747 aircraft in this video that captures the Jumbo Jet experience onboard the airline.
Air India says that the 747 aircraft will continue to be an integral part of their fleet and they are not going to be retired anytime soon.
Mumbai Airport is splitting up the terminal operations for airlines after almost 8 months of combined operations. 5 Airlines will move their operations fully or partially to Terminal 1, 2021, come March 10, 2021. Here are the details.
Air India’s Boeing 747 fleet will be retired shortly, closing out a long era of service by the Queen of the Skies, which firmly established Air India as the Maharaja.