Body Scanners Made Mandatory At 84 Airports
The Hindu|June 2, 2019
Body Scanners Made Mandatory At 84 Airports

Government sets one-year deadline for installation of the equipment

Government sets one-year deadline for installation of the equipment

The government has made it mandatory for 84 airports in the country to install full-body scanners to screen air travellers within a year and issued a standard operating procedure for their use.

The 84 airports include 26 hyper-sensitive airports and 58 sensitive airports. Other airports have two years’ time to introduce these scanners.

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June 2, 2019