From screening to carry-on baggage: the airport at Kolkata Airport provides secure travel coverage.
Passengers from the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata are subject to various changes when the airline operations resume on lock-down.
Airports across various countries, including Colkata, have yet to implement fresh steps to protect travelers against the fatal coronavirus, despite not being given a clear date for the re-opening of airlines.
The new reforms at the airport of Kolkata concentrate on improved standards for social distance and contact less transportation.
Initially, every person's baggage is sprayed onto the Kolkata Airport by a disinfectant, which flyers must use sanitizers on their hands before entering the airport. A temperature screen for passengers entering the airport will be carried out at the entrance.
A must be taken from social distance on entry into the airport; CISF officials without any physical contact shall be required to maintain contact-free standards for tickets and identification cards.
In addition, passengers are scanned to match ID cards by a machine. During this scanning process you can have to remove your masks momentarily.
Bear in mind that customers are not approached by kiosks.
The passenger just must stand in a line keeping the distance from society and then walk to the kiosk when he / she arrives.
No passenger shall enter the kiosks. Travelers are required only to show the person appointed for the service of the machine their cell phones or the ID card ticket. They will help but after the passenger has been discharged from the kiosk, he would have to collect the ticket.
Passengers will switch to the next counter after receiving the boarding pass. There will be a distance that must be maintained for each passenger. Your ID card, ticket and baggage must be shown.