Indian airlines: Maskless passengers will not be allowed to fly
The government has permitted the airlines to serve pre-packed snacks, meals and beverages on domestic flights and hot meals on international flights, according to an official order.
Moreover, any passenger who refuses to wear a face mask in a flight could be put on the no-fly list by the airline, said a senior official of the aviation regulator DGCA.
The ministry said only single-use disposable trays, plates and cutlery should be used while serving food or beverages in domestic and international flights.
The ministry also permitted the aircraft operators to let passengers use the in-flight entertainment system on international as well as domestic flights wherever available.