Air India has issued a complete list of state-wise quarantine rules for domestic passengers travelling amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

“While every effort is made to update this information, it is the sole responsibility of the passenger to ensure his or her eligibility to comply with the entry regulations of the respective State Government. Air India, Air India Express and their subsidiaries accept no liability in this regard,” the national carrier has said in a circular.

In the circular, the AI has mentioned the health check requirements, quarantine requirements and exemptions and additional information, if any, for air travellers.
Domestic air travel guidelines: Air India shares state-wise travel rules. Check full list.

Here is a complete list of COVID-19 regulations for some states and union territories:



-RT-PCR negative report issued from an ICMR recognized lab where test is taken 48 hours before commencement of journey. Hand written reports are not acceptable. In addition, all arriving passengers shall mandatorily undergo Rapid Antigen Test. 

-Compulsory home quarantine for 7 days, even with negative RTPCR report. Passengers visiting Swaraj Dweep, Shaeed Dweep and Little Andaman need to have 10 days of home quarantine irrespective of being tested negative.

– Any person violating the quarantine guidelines shall be liable to be fined to the tune of Rs 5000/–each time

Andhra Pradesh

– Thermal screening for all passengers
– All asymptomatic passengers will have to undergo home quarantine for 14 days.
– All passengers are required to register themselves on Spandana website


– Thermal screening will be conducted on arrivals. Rapid Antigen Test on arrival is mandatory. Passengers with positive results will go for home isolation or hospitalization. Passengers with negative results will have to take RT-PCR test at airport and remain under home quarantine until the result is declared.

– All arriving passengers will have to undergo compulsory home quarantine for 7 days, even if the result of COVID-19 test on arrival is negative.

– Rapid Antigen Test on arrival is mandatory for all including fully vaccinated passengers. Passenger with positive result will go for home isolation/hospitalization. Passenger with negative result will have to take RT-PCR test at airport and remain under home quarantine until the result is declared. 

– Passengers transiting to Intra-Assam and North East States are exempted from arrival testing. Government Officials and Passengers traveling on medical reasons or family bereavement are exempted from mandatory quarantine.

– The cost of the RT-PCR test maximum of Rs 500 shall be borne by the passengers. 


1) Passengers carrying Covid Negative Test Report done a maximum of 72 hours prior to entering in Goa.

2) Passengers entering Goa for Medical emergencies on the production of proof thereof.

3) Following persons who are fully vaccinated at least 14 days before the date of entry and have been asymptomatic.

a) Persons who enter the state of Goa for purpose of business and employment.

b) Resident of Goa who is now stranded outside Goa for pandemic related or other such issues.


The thermal screening will be conducted on arrivals.

Bihar Government Health Department has removed restrictions for Domestic Arriving passengers at Patna and RT-PCR Negative report will not be mandatory for arriving passengers to Patna from other domestic stations.

10 days of home quarantine is mandatory for passengers

All passengers will be tested for Covid -19 & those found positive shall be directed to follow the SOP issued by the Health Department,

For GAYA only-Passengers arriving from Madhya Pradesh, Delhi & NCR, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Kerala &Punjab will require Vaccination Certificate/RT- PCR/RAT negative report from ICMR accredited labs. RT-PCR timeline starts from the swab collection time.