Domestic Travel Advisory

CT-Travel-advisory

Your health and well-being while travelling is important to us, so our priority is to ensure you are kept up-to-date on the latest information and updates concerning domestic travel during these times. As lockdowns relax and travel starts in phased manner, we want to ensure that you stay updated about travel guidelines as they change frequently with respect to the changing situation induced by the COVID-19 outbreak. 

Here we summarise the current rules and regulations pertaining to domestic air travel and information about state wise quarantine protocols along with safety regulations as directed by the government of India for travellers. 

Safety Rules and Regulations

DOMESTIC Travel Advisory

Follow these domestic air travel rules as you embark on your journey to ensure your safety of those of others around you.

Domestic Airlines Rules

DOMESTIC Travel Advisory

Check what rules apply for different domestic airlines before you travel within the country.

State-wise Quarantine Protocols

Quarantine rules and regulations as directed by state governments in India

Last Updated - 14 Oct 2021

 

  • Andhra Pradesh - Travelers are required to register themselves on Spandana website www.spandana.ap.gov.in

  • Arunachal Pradesh -  Rapid Test will be done for all travelers. Symptomatic Travelers will be shifted to Covid isolation Centers.

  • Andaman and Nicobar Islands - Passengers must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report within 48 hours of Departure. Exemptions will be provided to who have taken both doses and completed 15 days from the receipt of the 2nd dose. Passengers shall mandatorily undergo RAT test upon arrival at designated testing centers located within 2Kms of the airport. Mandatory 7 day home quarantine for all passengers.       Baggage's will be handed over only after the testing at testing center.

  • Assam- Passengers in of final vaccination certificate (two doses complete) shall be exempted from on arrival testing procedures. Free on-arrival  RAT test followed  by self-paid RT-PCR test if symptomatic and fully vaccinated.

  • Bihar - Patna & Gaya - Random RAT test will be conducted

  • Chhattisgarh - Passengers must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 96 hours of Departure.  Passengers not in possession of RT-PCR negative report shall be required to undergo test upon arrival. Exemptions will be provided to transit passengers and the travelers who have taken both doses and completed 15 days from the receipt of the 2nd dose

  • Goa - Passengers must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of Departure. Exemptions will be provided to who have taken both doses and completed 15 days from the receipt of the 2nd dose

  • Gujarat - Passengers arriving in SURAT must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of Departure. Passengers arriving at Surat to fill online "Novel corona self-reporting form" and to download "SMC COVID-19 Tracker" app

  • Haryana / Himachal Pradesh / Sikkim - No Obligations. Aarogya Setu App

  • Jharkhand - Passengers must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of Departure. Mandatory 7 day home quarantine for all passenger arriving into the state of Jharkhand. All passengers are required to register on Government of Jharkhand website www.jharkhandtravel.nic.in

  • Jammu & Kashmir - Rapid Test will be done for all travelers. Symptomatic Travelers will be shifted to Covid isolation Centers

  • Karnataka - Passengers must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of Departure if they are arriving from Maharashtra & Kerala. Mandatory 7 day institutional quarantine for All students arriving from Kerala State in pursuance of their studies in any discipline but not restricted to nursing, medical, engineering

  • Kerala - Passengers must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of Departure. Exemptions will be provided to transit passengers and the travelers who have taken both doses and completed 15 days from the receipt of the 2nd dose. 14 days of Home Quarantine for all passengers who are not in possession of RT-PCR negative certificate and are not willing to undergo RT PCR upon arrival. All passengers shall mandatorily be required to register their details on https://covid19jagratha.kerala.nic.in/  and obtain e-pass

  • Ladakh - Passengers must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 96 hours of arrival. Mandatory 7 day home quarantine. Passengers in possession of final vaccination certificate, i.e., those who have taken both doses and have completed 15 days since the receipt of the 2nd dose shall be exempted from pre-departure RT-PCR requirement

  • Madhya Pradesh - Passengers arriving from Maharashtra must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of Departure. Passengers are not carrying an RT-PCR report upon arrival shall be required to undergo the test on arrival. Self-declaration is mandatory for all arriving passengers to Indore. Link for self-declaration is given below. https://indore.acceldash.com/self-declaration-form

  • Maharashtra - Passengers must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of arrival. Exemptions will be provided only to the travelers who have taken both doses and completed 15 days from the receipt of the 2nd dose

  • Manipur - Passengers must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of Departure. Exemptions will be provided to transit passengers and the travelers who have taken both doses and completed 15 days from the receipt of the 2nd dose

  • Meghalaya - Arrival Passengers shall be required to undergo mandatory RT-PCR test at their own cost. All passengers undergoing RT-PCR test on arrival shall be required to undergo 7 days home or paid quarantine as designated by the authorities on arrival regardless of their result. All passengers must register on the State portal http://meghalayaonline.gov.in/covid/testing.htm. All passengers are required to download Behavioral Change Management App of Meghalaya from Googly play store

  • Mizoram - Passengers must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of Departure. Without negative COVID report will be subjected mandatory Rapid Antigen Test upon arrival. Passengers must mandatory 10 day home or institutional quarantine even if Rapid Antigen Test upon arrival is negative. passengers must obtain m-Pass from www.mcovid19.mizoram.gov.in  or mCovid19 App

  • Nagaland - Passengers must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of Departure. Exemptions will be provided to transit passengers and the travelers who have taken both doses and completed 15 days from the receipt of the 2nd dose. Passengers must undergo 7 days of home/paid institutional quarantine

  • New Delhi - Passengers who are found positive will be quarantined at home or CCC/CHC/Hospital for 10 days.

  • Odisha - No Obligations. Aarogya Setu App

  • Punjab / Chandigarh - Passengers travelling to Punjab state are mandatorily required to be in possession of RT-PCR negative report of not older than 72Hours from an ICMR accredited lab or a COVID vaccination Final Certificate (two doses complete). RT-PCR timeline starts from the swab collection time

  • Rajasthan - Passengers must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of Departure. Symptomatic passengers shall be isolated and taken to nearest health facility

  • Tamil Nadu - Passengers arriving to any city from Kerala and passengers arriving from any city to Coimbatore must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of Departure. 07 days of Home Quarantine & 07 days of self monitoring for all passengers arriving into Tamil Nadu from Maharashtra & Kerala. 14 days of self monitoring for all passengers arriving into Tamil Nadu from other states/UT. All customers coming from other states/UTs/countries are mandatorily required to obtain auto generated e-Pass through https://tnepass.tnega.org/#/user/pass

  • Telangana - Health Authorities shall decide the Quarantine and TEST for symptomatic passenger.

  • Tripura - Passengers must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of Departure. Exemptions will be provided to transit passengers and the travelers who have taken both doses and completed 15 days from the receipt of the 2nd dose. Symptomatic passenger will have to undergo 14 days home quarantine

  • Uttar Pradesh - Passengers arriving from Kerala and Maharashtra must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of Departure. Passengers arriving into Varanasi and Bareilly  from any state must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of Departure. Exemptions will be provided to transit passengers and the travelers who have taken both doses and completed 15 days from the receipt of the 2nd dose. Passengers not in possession of RT-PCR negative report or final vaccination certificate shall be required to undergo Rapid Test on arrival. Passengers arriving into Agra shall be mandatorily required to undergo RT-PCR test upon arrival. Travelers arriving from Maharashtra and Kerala if found to be symptomatic on arrival shall be required to undergo 14 days home quarantine

  • Uttarakhand  -  Passengers must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of Departure. Exemptions will be provided to transit passengers and the travelers who have taken both doses and completed 15 days from the receipt of the 2nd dose. Travelers are travelling to Uttaakhand are required to register on state website before boarding the flight http://dsclservices.org.in/apply.php

  • West Bengal - Passengers must carry an valid RT –PCR Negative report not earlier than 72 hours of arrival. Exemptions will be provided to transit passengers and th. Exemptions will not be applicable for Mumbai, Pune & Chennai to any city in West Bengal. . Passengers Must fill the declaration form using sandhane app http://74.50.58.66/systems/Sandhane/1.2/Sandhane_Gen.apk