Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has issued new guidelines on air travel in view of the growing number of coronavirus cases.
According to the CAA directives, vaccination against coronavirus has been made mandatory on domestic and international flights from October 1.
It has been stated in the new guidelines that only those passengers will be allowed to travel who have taken two doses of vaccination.
Passengers over the age of 17 will not be allowed on board without a vaccination certificate. There will be rapid PCR tests for passengers traveling to and from abroad.