The Tamil Nadu government on Sunday has agreed to start domestic flight service from the state as decided by the Centre. Earlier the state was denied to start domestic flight service and insisting that flights be resumed only after May 31.
However the government of Tamil Nadu is now ready to ready to start domestic flight services in the state.
Following are the standard operating procedures (SOPs) that people looking to fly into and out of Tamil Nadu, need to keep in mind
- All inbound domestic air travelers will have to register themselves on state-run portal, TNePass
- Registrations on TNePass to be done after purchase of flight tickets
- State will request all carriers to demand for TNePass before allowing passengers to board at origin
- All asymptomatic air passengers landing in TN will have to undergo mandatory home quarantine for 14 days
- If passengers don’t have home quarantine facilities, state quarantine facilities will be made available
- Passengers will have to provide information on residence details, symptoms, COVID-19 test results if applicable, and whether or not passenger is under quarantine
- Passengers arriving in TN will not be allowed outside destination airports without TNePass verification
- Drivers of vehicles to pick up inbound passengers to undergo mandatory home quarantine for 14 days if physical contact with a passenger takes place
(Input from CNBC)
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