Hyderabad airport puts ‘sanitised’ taxis for air passengers

Hyderabad International Airport which recommenced its operations from 25 May has put taxis ferrying passengers in and out of the airport under high screening to avoid risk of infections. Authorities at the airport have come up with a robust mechanism to provide sanitised taxi experience to passengers who opt for airport-authorised taxi services.

The safety measures begin from the parking zone of the airport, where besides social distancing markings, digital payment options and other contact-less measures have been made mandatory. Each taxi driver is thermally screened at the entry where his or her temperature is checked. Only those with normal body temperatures, can ferry passengers.

S.G.K. Kishore, CEO, GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd (GHIAL), said, “We can offer a safe and healthy environment for all our passengers and airport community members. We are offering fully sanitised airport-authorised taxis with thermally screened drivers to ferry the passengers, ensuring a safe travel experience between the airport and city for all our passengers.”

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