Apple’s traditional Maps app will now display navigation details provided by Airports Council International (ACI) for iPhone, iPad and Mac users. ACI on March 30 announced that its COVID-19 airport measures data including more than 300 airports that will now be shown on Apple Maps. This step has been taken to make health care at the airport more accessible and to make travel much safer during the Covid-19 epidemic.
India’s airports included under this include Bangalore’s Kempegowda International Airport, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai, Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport and Chandigarh Airport.
IPhone, iPad and Mac users can access data by simply searching for an airport on Apple Maps. In a search of Indira Gandhi International Airport, below the guidelines, the guidelines say, “At this airport passengers need to wear face masks and get in touch with people. Passengers may also be required to provide a divorce on arrival, complete a health declaration form before departure, and pass a medical examination or examination. Only passengers and authorized personnel can enter any part of the airport. ”
There is also a link below the Covid-19 airport visit page for more information. ACI says they are using the data collected from ACI’s Health Measure Portal of ACI to introduce new health-related measures used at airports to combat Covid-19. ACI also states that detailed information on health measures at airports around the world can be found through its Check & Fly program available on both iOS and Android.
“The availability of aircraft will depend on the reliability of the passengers in the industry’s focus on their health and well-being,” said Luis Felipe de Oliveira, said ACI Director-General. “Having this information displayed on Apple Maps will help make this very important data more accessible to passengers. This will help commuters to plan their journeys and ensure that their health and safety remains at the forefront of the industry as we all work to return to a sustainable work environment and network. Cooperation remains the key to orderly recovery around the world and we thank our members for the co-operation we have made in delivering this important tool that will contribute to rebuilding passengers’ confidence in air travel. ”