The boarding pass will no longer be stamped, so much sanitizer can be carried in flight

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New Delhi: The aviation security regulator said on Wednesday that Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel at airports would no longer stamp on any boarding pass of any passenger during the investigation before boarding the aircraft and passengers will now carry 350 in flight. The mill can be taken by hand sanitizer.

The Bureau of Civil Aviation (BCAS) said in its order that every airport operator must ensure that adequate PESTV cameras are installed at appropriate altitudes in the PESC area so that the identity of the passenger and its boarding pass can be recorded.

So far, more than 13 CISF personnel are infected with COVID-19, who was stationed at airports in Delhi, Mumbai and Ahmedabad.

The BCAS said that the order has been issued as part of steps being taken to prevent infection of the COVID-19 epidemic by spreading through touch or contact.

The second-order states, ‘It has therefore been decided that passengers boarding the aircraft will be allowed to carry up to 350ml liquid hand sanitizer in their handbags or with them individually.’

Generally, passengers are not allowed to carry more than 100 ml of liquids in handbags.


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