Delhi airport to stamp cabin bag tags again as trial run fails to save time road-and-transport-news



NEW DELHI. The CISF has ended the one-week trial run at Indira Gandhi International Airport and passengers will have to get the tags stamped again from Friday. However, the move is likely to return post January 26. 
Meanwhile, from December 26, the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) will start the one-week trial run again at seven different airports, which will be followed by similar trials at other airports. “We provide security to 59 airports and have covered seven in the first phase. 
Before January 26, we want to finish the trial run and after that a complete review will be conducted. We aim to introduce it at all the airports to save passenger’s time,” the director general of CISF, OP Singh, said.

Posted Date :  23-12-16

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