Thursday, July 18, 2024
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DCA allows two at airport for send-offs

Lyna Mohamad

The Department of Civil Aviation, Ministry of Transport and Infocommunications has issued updated procedures and preventive measures to be observed by public members and passengers that should be adhered to at Brunei International Airport (BIA).

A maximum of two people are now allowed to send off passengers during departure while for arrivals, members of the public are strictly prohibited from picking up or greeting passengers on arrival.

The public and passengers are also required to scan the QR code using the BruHealth app prior to entering Brunei International Airport premises and only individuals with green and yellow colour codes will be allowed to enter the terminal building.

Members of the public whom have not completed their vaccinations are required to show a negative Antigen Rapid Test (ART) result from an accredited ART centre, with the certificate valid for two days from the date it is taken.

All passengers are required to show valid travel documentation.

Meanwhile, restaurants, cafes and shops at the airport are limited to 75 per cent capacity and the public are also required to scan the QR Code using their BruHealth app each time they enter.