Planning To Travel? Airports In India Are Setting High Standards For Safety

Domestic flights in India have resumed. Flight bookings have increased as people have now started moving from one part of the country to another, to their hometowns, work and more. 

However, many of us are still apprehensive about travelling amid the COVID-19 outbreak. Many questions arise about the facilities at airports, cleanliness, hygiene and more.

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Here’s a sneak peek into how various Indian Airports, are ensuring a comfortable experience and striving to keep passengers out of harm’s way.

 

Contactless Machines! 

Most of the airports in India are working on eliminating physical contact. From the entry at the airport to boarding the flight, steps are in place to prevent physical contact with passengers. Web check-in, contactless handwashing machines, sanitizer dispensers and more!

Here are some pictures of a touch-free experience at Kolkata Airport. Now, passengers at this airport can use the CUSS (Common Use Self Service) kiosk.

The ages-old  Kadha drink has also made it to the airports! 

Kadha is a famous immunity-boosting, Indian medicinal drink and is regularly consumed in our homes. The same is with Haldi milk. The exciting thing is that these drinks are now available at airports. The Earth Lounge at Pune has added the two drinks to their menu! Check out the tweet below to know more. 

In fact, on August 17th, Goa Airport started serving Kadha to all its arriving passengers. Check out the pictures below: 

Resting rooms for transit passengers! 

Guwahati Airport and Kolkata airport have made resting rooms for transit passengers. These are being regularly cleaned and sanitised after every usage to ensure a safe stay for passengers.

Here are the pictures of the comfortable resting rooms:

If you are planning to travel soon, don’t forget to follow all the necessary precautions. Stay safe! 

Picture credit: @AAI_Official twitter account