CAA answers airline operators about Pass Track app: KARACHI: The Pakistan Civil Air Travel Authority (PCAA) has actually brought in an application, Pass Track, to gather data of international travelers landing at the country’s airport terminals.
In a reply to the Airline Operators Board’s letter dated April 16, the PCAA sought to address its concerns and also responded to a variety of its inquiries concerning the application.
The aeronautics regulator clarified that minors listed below 12 years old, people with handicaps as well as diplomats are exempted from sending mandatory data via the app.
In case guests don’t utilize mobile phones, their representatives will certainly have to fill necessary info on the internet website of the app. All information is to be sent prior to boarding, which will certainly be checked upon arrival.
Travelers who don’t register themselves on the application should be denied boarding, the CAA advised.
It is airline companies’ responsibility to ensure pre-boarding registration of passengers having no cellular phones or people that can’t utilize the solution, the aeronautics authority claimed.