After a two months-long wait, domestic flight services resumed in MBB Airport Agartala, Tripura as 166 passengers from Kolkata landed in Agartala on Friday morning. All the passengers are being subjected to adequate thermal screening, sample collection is going on as per the new standard operating procedure and the Airport Authorities are evading any kind of direct contact between the Airport staff and the passengers.
Nevertheless, as per the decided ratio, the sample collection process is also on. Moreover, all the passengers have been asked to do web-check-in. In today’s flight, all the passengers have done web-check in. Of late, enclosures have been also set up to evade anyone to one contact in the terminal building", Said Seth. An aspiring medical student who got her flight delayed by a month reached home through the first flight. Overjoyed she expressed as to how parents were tense owing to the COVID 19 situations across the country since she was traveling solo every time towards Tripura.
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