After lockdown ends, passenger flights at Delhi airport will initially operate from Terminal 3 and entry gates, self check-in machines and check-in bays will be allocated to airlines to avoid overcrowding by air travellers. In addition, Airport buses to ensure social distancing, widespread provision of hand sanitisers, thermal screening of all passengers and thorough disinfection of baggage carts/trolleys. All passenger baggage will be passed through UV disinfection tunnels at both point of departure and arrival. Under the revised system each airline is allocated a certain number of check-in rows and entry gates, and passengers for one airline will not be allowed to use facilities designated for another. Also, domestic airlines will operate from check-in rows A to H and entry gates 1 to 5. International flights will operate from check-in rows J, K, L and M and entry gates 6, 7 and 8.Visitors entry into all terminals will be prohibited. It is said that they are also working with cab providers for disinfection of cabs before use at the airport.
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