Amritsar airport set to get helpline to assist travellers
The helpdesk is likely to be inaugurated by Amritsar MP Navjot Singh Sidhu on Tuesday. “Travellers will be able to get any information related to flights, customs and immigration among others through a single window system of helpline and helpdesk,” said Navneet Singh of Orango Solutions, which has executed the helpdesk project.
“Amritsar international airport is the most important airport in North India after New Delhi airport, as it caters to travellers from Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir and even from parts of Himachal Pradesh like Kangra valley. The helpdesk here will have information about all flights under one roof. Anyone coming to the airport from far-off places may check in advance the likely flight take-off time in case of dense fog or other circumstances before starting for the airport,” Singh said.
He added: “Moreover, there have been issues of passengers bringing in goods like TVs, larger than the allowed size, and being subjected to heavy penalty. The helpline will cater to all such customs queries, where travellers can plan what they can carry from abroad.” In case the helpline does not have specific information about something, it will assist a traveller by supplying the contact number of concerned authority.
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