Srinagar to start direct international flights from October 23

Srinagar: Srinagar is set to begin international flight, connecting the city directly with the rest of the world operations, from October 23.   All necessary arrangements have been put in place at Srinagar International Airport for the smooth operation of international flights to be flown from the date connecting Kashmir with the rest of the world, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Pandurang K Pole said on Monday. The operation of international flights will start from October 23 which will connect Kashmir directly with the rest of the world.

A meeting was held with Divisional Commissioner on Monday regarding the operation of international flights from Srinagar International Airport and asserted that all necessary arrangements needed to be put in place and management of passengers in view of COVID-19 pandemic. The meeting was attended by Deputy Commissioner Budgam, Director Airport Authority Srinagar, Regional Director Bureau of Civil Aviation, Srinagar, Director Health Services Kashmir, Commandant CISF, Airport Srinagar, CMO Budgam, CMO Srinagar and Dr Gazala of Airport Srinagar.

Pole directed officers to execute arrangements meticulously including the management and regulation of passengers, segregation of domestic and international passengers, and conduct Rapid PCR at Airport for international passengers besides mandatory RT PCR test before 48 hours. On the occasion, Director Airport Authority gave a presentation regarding layout plan for operation and regulation of activities at the airport.

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