Centre allows serving pre-packed food in airlines; here are new flying rules you should know

First Published 28, Aug 2020, 4:28 PM

 The central government has permitted the resumption of on-board service to serve pre-packed food on domestic and international flights.

<p>The Centre has allowed the airlines to serve pre-packed snacks, meals and beverages to the passengers depending on travel time and hot meals on domestic and international flights</p>

The Centre has allowed the airlines to serve pre-packed snacks, meals and beverages to the passengers depending on travel time and hot meals on domestic and international flights

<p>The government has asked airline companies to use disposable plates, cutlery and set-up plates, which will not be reused</p>

The government has asked airline companies to use disposable plates, cutlery and set-up plates, which will not be reused

<p>Along with this, the crew will have to wear a new set of gloves for every meal and beverage service.</p>

Along with this, the crew will have to wear a new set of gloves for every meal and beverage service.

<p>The government has asked the airlines to ensure that disposable earphones are used, or that clean and disinfected earphones are provided to passengers.<br />
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The government has asked the airlines to ensure that disposable earphones are used, or that clean and disinfected earphones are provided to passengers.
 

<p>The government also asked the airlines to put the passengers who refuse to wear a facemask in the flight to the no-fly list</p>

The government also asked the airlines to put the passengers who refuse to wear a facemask in the flight to the no-fly list

<p>&nbsp;The SOP also mentions that airlines must clean and sanitize all touchpoints after every flight<br />
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 The SOP also mentions that airlines must clean and sanitize all touchpoints after every flight
 

<p>Domestic flights were suspended from March 25 and international flights from March 23 in view of the Covid-19 pandemic</p>

Domestic flights were suspended from March 25 and international flights from March 23 in view of the Covid-19 pandemic

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