Ever since India opened its international borders following the Covid-19 pandemic, air travel has grown at a rapid pace. Government of India updates rules and guidelines and implements precautionary measures as per needs and requirements. Recently, the Government of India has updated the travel guidelines for international arrivals in India, taking into account all the necessary precautions that should be followed once travelers land in India. The Ministry of Health and Welfare revised the guidelines a few days ago and if you are flying to India from abroad, you should follow the guidelines below to avoid problems at the airport. Points to keep in mind before traveling
1) All passengers should have the following documents and tests:
A. Submit complete and factual information in self-declaration form on Air Suvidha online portal (https://www.newdelhiairport.in/airsuvidha/apho-registration) including details of last 14 days of travel prior to scheduled travel.
b. Submit details of a negative RT-PCR report for Covid-19 (the test should be performed within 72 hours prior to travel) or submit details of a full vaccination schedule for the basic vaccination against Covid-19.
C. Each passenger shall also submit an affidavit as to the authenticity of the report and shall be liable to prosecution if found otherwise.
2) Passengers should also undertake on the portal or otherwise to the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India, through the respective airlines, before they are allowed to travel, that they will abide by the decision of the relevant government authority after arrival. requirement to submit to home/constitutional quarantine/monitoring of own health as warranted.