Govt. Guidelines For COVID-19 INDIAN TRAVELLER


For a hassle-free travel experience, please check the guidelines issued by various Indian states and union territories before planning your travel. As per the latest Government of India & DGCA guidelines, every passenger must wear a face mask properly (i.e. cover both nose and mouth) and follow all social distancing protocols while in the airport and on the flight. Any lapse might result in de-boarding. Your co-operation in following all government mandated safety guidelines will ensure safety for everyone.

Jammu & Kashmir:
  • Passengers must download Aarogya Setu on their phones and add a valid phone number to the app, where they can be contacted at any time.
  • All passengers are required to fill up the ICMR Health form on arrival.
  • Some lockdown restrictions might be in effect at the moment, however, flight operations remain unaffected during this time. Please check the latest state guidelines before travelling.
  • Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • All domestic passengers arriving at the Jammu and Srinagar airports are required to undergo an on-arrival COVID test except:
  • Srinagar: for Defense Personnel
  • Jammu: for Defense Personnel arriving to join duty.
  • Asymptomatic business travellers carrying confirmed return tickets, hotel bookings and business IDs will be exempted from quarantine. Additionally, they must undergo a COVID-19 test at the airport before proceeding to their hotel. Their interactions must be restricted to business purposes, and they must maintain details of persons they interact with during their stay.
  • All visitors travelling to Kashmir by road must undergo a COVID test on arrival, as directed by health officials.
  • Download and update the Aarogya Setu app.
  • A lockdown has been announced in the state till 7th June, 2021.
  • Quarantine and Testing Rules
  • Thermal screening will be done for all air passengers.
  • All passengers must carry a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test report (conducted within 96 hours before arrival) while entering Ladakh.
  • If passengers are not carrying a negative RT-PCR report, then mandatory 7 days of home quarantine is must. COVID test may be conducted at the end of the quarantine period.
  • Those travelling by road or via air must, in addition to a negative COVID-19 test report, undergo rapid antigen testing on arrival in the Union Territory.