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The Air Suvidha portal may soon be abolished in India. This portal was launched two years ago in August 2020, where international travelers coming to India had to give their travel details.
Air facility soon in India (Air Suvidha) Portal can be terminated. This portal was launched two years ago in August 2020, where international travelers coming to India will be given information about their travel, their vaccination or COVID-19 test (covid-19 test) had to be submitted. Officials associated with this said that as many other countries are easing restrictions for international passengers, India is also considering doing away with the requirement of Air Suvidha Portal, which allows people coming from abroad to register at the airport here. forces to.
According to the ‘Indian Express’, it may take at least two months for the decision to come, as the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare is monitoring the COVID-19 situation globally. The Health Ministry has replied that they will review the program in August and take a decision on it only after that. A senior official of the Ministry of Civil Aviation saidWe have written a letter to the Health Ministry demanding removal of the Air Suvidha Portal.
Air Suvidha Portal has many advantages
Explain that with the help of Air Suvidha Portal, it is easy for the officials to know whether a person is coming from a high risk area or not. As the Omicron variant of COVID-19 spread late last year, the Union Health Ministry made it mandatory to submit the details of the last 14 days of travel from an at-risk country and upload the negative RT-PCR report on the Air Suvidha Portal. was.
Many times passengers have complained about the portal
However, several times passengers have complained that the portal is not working and boarding has been denied by airlines at foreign airports in the absence of air facility certificates. A Munich-Delhi passenger told how she was not allowed to check-in at the Munich airport until she filled out the Air Suvidha form and gave the Air Suvidha number to the airline. He said, ‘It took me an hour to understand the whole thing.’ She said that as a result she almost missed her flight. According to the latest official figures, more than 75,000 international passengers are arriving at Indian airports every day since last month.
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