Apple’s native Maps app will now show travel steering info offered by Airports Council International (ACI) for iPhone, iPad and Mac customers. ACI on March 30 introduced that its world airport COVID-19 well being measures information together with over 300 airports will now be displayed in Apple Maps. This transfer has been taken to make airport well being steering extra accessible to make travel safer through the Covid-19 pandemic.
Indian airports coated beneath this embrace Bangalore’s Kempegowda International Airport, Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport and the Chandigarh Airport.
Apple iPhone, iPad and Mac customers can entry the information by merely looking for the airport in Maps. On looking Indira Gandhi International Airport, beneath the instructions, the rules say, “At this airport passengers are required to wear face coverings and practice social distancing. Passengers may also be required to quarantine on arrival, complete a health declaration form before traveling, and pass a health test or screening. Only passengers and authorised personnel may enter any part of the airport.”
There can be a hyperlink beneath the take a look at to go to the airport’s Covid-19 web page to get extra particulars. ACI says that they use info collected from ACI’s web-based Health Measures Portal to current new health-related measures applied at airports to counter Covid-19. ACI additionally says that detailed details about the well being measures at airports all over the world could be accessed through its Check & Fly app which is accessible on each iOS and Android.
“The recovery of air travel will rely on passenger confidence in the industry’s focus on their health and welfare,” Luis Felipe de Oliveira, ACI World Director General mentioned. “Having this information displayed in Apple Maps will help to make this crucial data much more broadly accessible to passengers. This will help passengers to plan their journeys and be reassured that their health and safety remains a priority for the industry as we all work towards a sustained return to operations and global connectivity.”