New Delhi. The government has allowed airlines to serve pre-packaged snacks, food and beverages in domestic flights and hot meals in international flights.
A senior official of the aviation regulator DGCA said that in addition, if a passenger refuses to wear a face mask during the flight , the airline can put it on the 'no-fly' list, that is, it can be banned from air travel. is.
Flight services were not allowed in flights due to the Corona virus epidemic after the resumption of domestic airlines from May 25. International flights were only serving pre-packaged cold food and snacks based on the duration of the flight
The Civil Aviation Ministry said in an order on Thursday, "Aviation companies can serve pre-packaged snacks / food / drinks in domestic flights depending on the duration of the flight."
It said airlines and charter flight operators could serve hot meals and limited drinks on international flights according to international standards.
The ministry said that only once-in-use trays, plates and cutlery should be used when serving food or beverages on domestic and international flights.The order also states, 'crew members must wear new gloves every time they serve food or drinks.'
During domestic and international flights, passengers are allowed to use the entertainment system based on availability. (Language)