- CAA has divided international locations into three classes — A, B and C
- Class A consists of 24 international locations, Class C has six, whereas Class B is for international locations not underneath A or C
- Passengers from Class B states will now want to point out a PCR take a look at which is 72 hours outdated on the most
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has issued a revised journey advisory for incoming passengers, based on a notification late Friday night time.
The CAA has divided the international locations into three classes (A, B and C) with completely different directions for COVID-19 testing previous to journey.
Class A has 24 international locations together with Australia, China, Iraq, New Zealand, Qatar, Iceland, Sri Lanka, and Saudi Arabia, whereas Class C has six international locations, particularly, South Africa, United Kingdom, Brazil, Eire, Portugal and The Netherlands.
Class B consists of all these international locations which fall neither underneath A or C.
CAA points listing of nations exempted from coronavirus restrictions
In accordance with CAA, passengers from international locations in class A is not going to want to supply PCR take a look at reviews, whereas passengers from Class B will now want to point out a PCR take a look at which is 72 hours outdated on the most.
CAA slaps Turkish Airways with Rs100,000 high-quality for violating coronavirus SOPs
The entry of passengers from Class C states is restricted and solely allowed as guided by the selections of the Nationwide Command and Operations Centre.