New Delhi: Only persons with valid address proof of Himachal Pradesh should book air tickets to the city in the domestic flight services resuming on Monday, the Dharamshala administration has said. In addition, the flyer will have to obtain a district entry-pass as well. Also Read - India Responds to Allegation of US, Exploring Bilateral Arrangements With Other Countries For Air Travel
Flight services from Delhi and Chandigarh to Dharamshala will start from Monday. Dharamshala will have two flights from Delhi and one from Chandigarh daily. Also Read - Air Travel Latest Updates: Air India Doubles Domestic Flights From Mumbai to These Cities
In an advisory, the district administration said only persons with valid address proof of Himachal Pradesh should book tickets to Dharamshala. The incoming person will have to obtain an entry pass from the concerned district administration, which will have to be shown on de-boarding the flight at Gaggal airport of Dharamshala, the administration said. Also Read - Flight Ticket Price Latest News: Limits on Airfares Likely to Continue Beyond August | Details Here
“HP residents coming from red zone areas and those with ILI symptoms shall be put in institutional quarantine. And the persons, the non-residents of HP/Tourist shall not be allowed entry into the district and they shall immediately be put in institutional quarantine before sending them back on their own expenses,” DC Kangra Rakesh Prajapati said.
Himachal has so far registered 185 coronavirus cases, 61 of them cured and 3 have lost their lives.