Planning to travel by air in April? Here are things that you need to know.


Suppose you are planning to take a flight from April 1st onwards or already have your tickets booked. You will find a lot of new rules. First and foremost, the tickets have become costlier, and the surveillance at the airports will increase. Moreover, some places have also increased the restrictions for the passengers who are visiting them. 
Here is everything you need to know about the new rules that are introduced.The cost of flight tickets has increased.
The air security fees have been increased by DGCA, making the flight tickets costlier. If you are an international passenger, the ticket cost has increased by 114.38 INR, and for the domestic passengers, it has increased by INR 40.
DGCA has also requested the airlines to deboard the passengers; if they aren’t following the protocols are arent wearing masks. Once deboarded, further actions will be taken by the authorities. Moreso, the aviation authority of India has also asked the authorities to impose spot fines. If the passenger isn’t following any rules, they will have to pay the fine immediately. 
Landing in Delhi?
You will have to undergo random testing, as the Delhi disaster management authority has made it mandatory that why will introduce random testing. If the patient is found positive, they will be immediately sent to quarantine. 
People landing in Bangalore and Gujarat will have to have a negative RT-PCR report.
The passengers must have a negative RT-PCR report if they are traveling to Bangalore and Gujarat. But the RT-PCR is not applicable for the ones who are visiting any other place in Karnataka
From April 1st onwards, if you are traveling to any other state like Chhattisgarh, Punjab, Delhi, Tamil Nadu, etc., you will have to have a negative certificate April 1st onwards, even if you are traveling through train bus, etc. 


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