You can enter the airport premises if you have any one of the ten identity proofs listed by the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security.
New Delhi: According to a circular issued by aviation security agency BCAS, Mobile Aadhaar can be used as an identity proof to enter airports.
Along with that, there is no requirement of identification documents for minors accompanied by parents.
The Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) stated in its latest communication that passengers can enter the airport premises with any one of the ten identity proofs. This includes passport, voter ID card, Aadhaar or m-Aadhaar, PAN card and driving license.
The list of other documents which are also acceptable includes a passbook issued by a nationalized bank, pension card, and service photo ID card of central or state government, PSU, local bodies and private limited company.
- In case of the Differently-abled persons, they need to have disability photo identification or a medical certificate.
- In case of students, they can avail the option to furnish a photo identity card issued by a government institute.
- In case, any person is not able to show any of the ten documents; then they can pick the option to provide an identity certificate issued by a group A gazetted officer of central/state government.
- In case of International Passengers: They need to show their passport and an air ticket as the regular process.