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In Pictures: AAI airports resume operations, take steps to fight COVID-19

Updated : 2020-05-26 06:40:34

The airports operated by the Airports Authority of India have resumed operations after two months of closure since March 25. Amid the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic, AAI has implemented a series of measures to ensure social distancing at all points of the terminal and health protocols are also being followed by airlines and passengers. Passengers can be seen wearing masks, gloves, and even full personal protective equipment (PPE) while the staff of airlines is also wearing full PPE suit to ensure the safety of passengers and themselves. Here are some glimpses of several airports of the Airports Authority of India.

Leh Airport screens passengers with the Himalayas in the background
Leh Airport screens passengers with the Himalayas in the background
A passenger's luggage is sanitized at the airport as domestic flights resume operations after nearly two-month lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic in Ahmedabad (AP Photo/Ajit Solanki)
A passenger's luggage is sanitized at the airport as domestic flights resume operations after nearly two-month lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic in Ahmedabad (AP Photo/Ajit Solanki)
Signboards in Guwahati Airport to help spread out incoming passengers.
Signboards in Guwahati Airport to help spread out incoming passengers.
A bird's eye view of the Indore Airport which started operations from May 25
A bird's eye view of the Indore Airport which started operations from May 25
Calicut Airport screens passengers as operations restart after a two-month hiatus.
Calicut Airport screens passengers as operations restart after a two-month hiatus.
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