Indian low-cost carrier Air India Express on Thursday informed that all passengers arriving in Kerala will be required to carry a printed copy of their self-declaration form filled on Air Suvidha Portal.
At the Air Suvidha portal, India-bound international arriving flyers can fill the mandatory self-declaration form and also apply online for exemption from the mandatory institution quarantine process.
It must be noted that to ensure the smooth passage of international travelers arriving in India, the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Ministry (MoCA) Govt of India has mandated contactless self-declaration at Air Suvidha Portal.
“ATTENTION PASSENGERS FLYING INTO KERALA! Passengers traveling from international destinations to Kerala must carry a printed copy of the Air Suvidha registration form,” said Air India Express in a social media post.
Apart from the above guidelines, international passengers arriving in Kerala will also have to follow the below-mentioned guidelines issued by the Govt of India;
Kerala Travel Guidelines For International Arrivals
- Passengers from foreign countries will be tested to prevent the spread of the Omicron variant. Those who test positive for the virus will be shifted to isolated wards.
- Travelers coming from ‘AT Risk’ countries (European countries including The United Kingdom, South Africa, Brazil, Botswana, China, Mauritius, New Zealand, Zimbabwe, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Israel ) are subjected to a week home quarantine, even if they test negative for the virus.
- After 7 days of home quarantine, another test will be held and if the report is negative, they will have to self-monitor themselves for another week.
- The travelers will have to bear the price of COVID-19 testing.
Must Check The Detailed Guidelines: Revised Guidelines For International Arrivals: Testing, Home Quarantine For Passengers From High-Risk Countries