If you are organising a trip for any right reason then make sure that you should make up your mind with the proper safety measures. This information is mandatory and would help you before you travel via airplane.
‘Times are unpredictable at the moment’
JUST ADD THESE TRAVEL TIPS TO YOUR LIST –
Due to this severe outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic that has left people in a distressing state and limited all travelling activities. The government have requested people to go under quarantine and exercise extreme caution for your safety. To guarantee your well-being, try to follow these measures for your travel plan to evade contracting the COVID-19 virus.
To spread the wings of safety, flyers are requested to reach the airport minimum 3 hours in advance for all domestic flights and 4 hours in advance for all international flights.
“while flying to meet your loved one’s face to face”
Wearing a mask is recommended by IATA for the entire journey, from entering the airport to fly and while leaving the airport at your destination.
As per WHO advice, passengers are request to use hand sanitizer on a regular basis, avoid touching other people, covering coughs & sneezes. Avoid traveling if you feel fatigued, feverish, restless or have any other symptom of COVID-19 virus seek medical care early and share previous travel history with your health care provider.
If you usually forget to drink water during travelling, as it’s required in this situation, you can do the following act:
- Track your water intake through various apps such as Drink Water Reminder.
- Drink a glass of water before every meal.
- Keep a filled bottle near your desk, and keep sipping throughout the journey.
- PACK YOUR BAG THROUGHLY 🎒
If you are travelling by plane cross-country, be sure to pack adequate quantities of every essential item; medicine, masks and hand sanitizer etc. Make an advanced a list of every crucial item that needs to go into your suitcase during the severe outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Physical distancing matters here too.”
Before COVID-19, we may not have considered how close we stood near other people. But now it’s important to keep a distance of at least 1m from each other to limit the spread of #coronavirus. Just wait for your turn at the conveyer belt.
Please stand at the marking distances and wait for your turn to take in your luggage.
‘Stay healthy while travelling’
As per WHO, eat only well-cooked food. Packages of the food items also pose a high risk. Good nutrition is crucial for health, particularly in times when the immune system might need to fight back.
- AVOIDING CROWD OUTSIDE THE LAVATORY 👫👬👭
“Always remember, better safe than sorry!!”
Avoid gathering around the lavatory, wait for your turn & remain into your seat until it gets freed. Remember that the door handles, faucets and flushes are high contact points and wash your hands or sanitise for 20-30 seconds after touching them. Carry a sanitiser and use after opening the door to enter and also after exiting the lavatory. Use a toilet sanitiser spray to disinfect the toilet seat before using.
To avoid a heavy heart later, travelling light reduces the load on us too.
One hand back of 7 kgs, 1 checked-in bag of 23 kgs will be allowed and Economy and 35 kgs bag in Business class.
- ALL IS WELL THAT ENDS WELL
Please maintain social distance from your co-passengers and the ground staff while exiting.
🛫 “CATCH THE FLIGHT, NOT THE VIRUS” 🛬
(Fly safe, arrive safe and ensure other’s safety as well.)