Intending pilgrims asked to report at Hajj House
The State Hajj Committee (SHC) Thursday issued flight schedule for 21 to 24 July for information of intending Hajj pilgrims.
According to executive officer, SHC S Qamar Sajad, the intending pilgrims of Kashmir division have been asked to collect their travel documents two days prior to their departure from respective district headquarters – deputy commissioner’s office, during office hours.
While as pilgrims of Srinagar district shall collect the documents two days prior to their schedule departure from Hajj House from 2 pm onwards, the communiqué said.
Accordingly, the pilgrims of Jammu Division & Ladakh Region with Srinagar as embarkation point shall have to collect their travel documents at Haj House, Bemina Srinagar one day prior to the schedule departure.
Further, the reporting time for intending Haj pilgrims at Haj House, travelling through flight number AI-5157 on July 21, 2018 is 5 am; for flight number AI-5159 is 8 am; for flight number AI-5161 is 10 am and flight number AI-5163 is 12 p.m.
Whereas, the reporting time for intending pilgrims at the Haj House travelling through flight number AI-5165 scheduled on July 22 is 5 am: for flight number AI-5167 is 8 am; for flight number AI-5169 is 10 am and for flight number AI-5171 is 12 pm.
Similarly, the reporting time for pilgrims travelling on July 23 via flight number AI-5173 is 5 am; for flight number AI-5175 is 9 am; for flight number AI-5177 is 10 am and for flight number AI-5179 is 12 pm.
Likewise, the reporting time for pilgrims travelling on July 24 via flight number AI-5181 is 5 am; for flight number AI-5183 is 8 am; for flight number AI-5185 is 10 am and for flight number AI-5187 is 12 pm.
The pilgrims have been advised to report in time at Haj House Bemina. They have been informed that only standard baggage without any banned items shall be accepted as check-in luggage by the airlines at Haj House, besides the hand baggage should also be of standard size.
The flight schedule for remaining pilgrims shall be notified separately, the SHC said.