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International Passengers: Screws on economic fugitives, airlines will have to share PNR of passengers


Airlines Passengers: Airlines will have to share the PNR details of passengers with the customs department 24 hours before the departure of international flights. This step will help in stopping those fleeing the country in violation of the law and fleeing abroad. Apart from the PNR of the passengers, the airlines will also have to share the name, address, payment details so that the customs department can help in keeping a watch on them.

The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs under the Ministry of Finance has issued a notification on August 8, 2022. Which has been named as Passenger Name Record Information Regulation 2022. Through this, the risk analysis of passengers will be done, which will help in the escape of economic offenders and other criminals from the country and prevent illegal trade such as smuggling.

With this, India has joined 60 countries of the world which will collect PNR of international passenger. Currently, airlines only share the names of passengers, the country they are residents of and passport details with the Immigration Authority. The government had brought a proposal to share PNR by airlines in the 2017 budget itself, now a notification has been issued.

Airlines will have to share details of passengers on both incoming and outgoing international flights in the country including name of passengers, billing-payment information, date of issue of ticket, other passengers traveling on a PNR, travel agency , baggage information, code share information will have to be shared. It is believed that the government has brought this order to prevent defaulters from leaving the country. Let us tell you that 38 economic fugitives have fled the country in the last few years.

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