Somesh Kumar, the Chief Secretary of Telangana, on the 25th of May, visited the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA,) Hyderabad.
On the 25th of May, as per the guidelines of the Civil Aviation Ministry of India, the Telangana Government resumed domestic flight services. The Aviation Ministry arranged facilities, which involves maintenance of physical distance and helps the staff and passengers to avoid touching anything.
As per the orders of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) Government, RGIA would operate only 38 flights, out of which 15 would be departures and 15 would be arrivals on a regular basis. The number of flights operated regularly are expected to increase soon.
Mr. Somesh Kumar who visited the airport to review the smooth functioning and arrangements of the resumption said, 19 domestic flights (arrival and departure) were registered to operate on the 25th of May.
The State Government did not make quarantine mandatory for passengers flying from different states and cities.
However, passengers, showing symptoms need to undergo 7 days state run quarantine and 7 days home quarantine.
Mr. Somesh Kumar visited with Amoy Kumar , the District Collector of Ranga Reddy.
During his visit, airport officials accompanied Mr. Kumar and discussed the facilities being provided to the passengers after they land at the RGIA.
According to sources, on the 25th of May, as many as 1,600 passengers are expected to reach RGIA from various places in India.