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Passengers not following COVID-19 protocols may be put on no-fly list: DGCA order
The Hindu | 13/03/2021 03:31 PM | Click to read full article
Passengers refusing to wear a mask properly or follow social distancing norms during a flight despite repeated warnings could be put on a no-fly list for a period of three months to two years or more, according to an order issued by aviation safety regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).
The DGCA has also said that if a passenger refuses to comply with the instructions before a flight takes off, then he or she should be deboarded.