RGIA ready for passengers with new safety norms in place

RGIA ready for passengers with new safety norms in place

GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd. (GHIAL) operating the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) announced that it was all set to provide a safe and healthy environment with a robust contact-less boarding for passengers flying in and out of the city now that domestic flight operations will resume from May 25. Provisions have been made for thermal scanning of passengers and they will be encouraged to check in at home or use self-check-in facility, self-bag tag facility, scan and fly etc. One hand baggage and one check-in baggage will be allowed and queue managers are being deployed for social distancing and to avoid crowding, said an official spokesman on Saturday. About 48 self-check-in kiosks are in place and they are safely staggered as per social-distancing norms across the forecourt area and at check-in for passengers to scan QR codes displayed on each kiosk and capture the screen of self check-in kiosk on their mobile phones and receive the print of boarding card and baggage tags for bag drop in no time. All these kiosks dispense both boarding cards and baggage tags for check-in luggage for all major airlines. Passengers wearing mask need to display their government ID and scan the bar code with the camera cum-scanner for CISF personnel to validate passengers’ credentials for entry to the terminal. Checked-in passengers with baggage have the option to use self-check-in kiosks to print baggage tag and then use either check-in counter or self-bag drop facility to do it on their own or approach staff deployed at the counter ...
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