The Minister of Civil Aviation has said that RT-PCR test is not required for domestic passengers. Although the state government may test corona
The Ministry of Civil Aviation has given great relief to the passengers. Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has said that RT-PCR tests are no longer required for domestic travel. However, many states have made some rules. They think that the number of patients with corona is increasing rapidly. In this case, they can take precautionary measures.
Speaking to news agency ANI, Scindia said that if the state governments think that the number of patients with corona is increasing rapidly, they can test the corona of passengers. It falls within their jurisdiction.
At the same time, Jyotiraditya Scindia said that after Coroner (COVID19), today we have crossed the record of more than 4 lakh daily passengers. Scindia said it was a historic day for the Ministry of Civil Aviation. I am sure we will maintain this record in the days to come. Currently, flight ticket prices apply to 15-day rolling systems. We will decide on this in due course. “We have made rules with the Ministry of Health for international flights,” he said. These rules are posted on the website. Upload the Vaccination Certificate or RT-PCR test 72 hours before departure.
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Later # COVID-19, We have surpassed the record of over 4 lakh daily commuters today; This is a historic day for the Ministry of Civil Aviation. I believe we will maintain this record in the days to come: Union Minister of Civil Aviation Jyotiraditya Scindia pic.twitter.com/ROcs14NyiY
– ANI (ANI) April 18, 2022
Expansion of the UDAN project
He hopes to launch more domestic and international flights this month. The UDAN project is being expanded to increase connectivity in remote areas. Helicopters and small planes are being used to connect people to the last mile. Let us tell you that Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagarik Udyan Ude Desh Ka Am Nagarik Uran is a kind of project of the Central Government’s Regional Connection Project.