Tata-owned Air India is now moving towards implementing changes to make its services better, as promised at the moment of the procurement of the former flag carrier of India.
The airline has published an advisory for international air tourists coming to India. The advisory says that international passengers must now check in their baggage again in case they are going to board another flight for a domestic destination after coming to any airport in the country.
- The advisory further said that this procedure will have to be completed even if the passenger has gone through checks at the origin airport.
According to the report made by Air India, everything was done by legal standards, from check-in to coming to the destination. Aboard information will be made to announce to passengers about the policy change, according to Air India.
The tata-owned airline also posted the announcement
The Tata-owned airline also posted the announcement through its official Twitter handle, telling, “Important news for passengers coming to India from foreign destinations.
” The post further said, “Passengers coming to international destinations and connecting to a domestic destination are requested to recheck in their bags at the first port of entry. This is as per the regulatory need regardless of through check-in done till the final destination.”
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USA Passengers connecting to Jaipur via Delhi
They further explained the advisory by saying, “Example: Passengers arriving from USA Passengers connecting to Jaipur via Delhi are Advisory needed to recheck-in their bags at Delhi after clearing Immigration and customs.”
This suggests that visitors entering India from outside will now require to pick up their baggage from the international coming belt at the first point of entry and check them in once more at the domestic terminal for their subsequent flights.
Additionally, Air India advised foreign passengers coming to India to get in touch with the airline’s ground crew if they required assistance or support.
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Source: ZEE News