Pramod Sawant, the chief minister of Goa, gave the House his word that he will look into why travellers flying into Manohar International Airport in Mopa from London don’t have access to the e-visa service. The CM responded to GFP MLA Vijai Sardesai after the Fatorda lawmaker brought up the matter during Zero Hour, “I will check why it’s not done.”
Although UK flights operated by Air India have recently been moved to the airport in Mopa, the e-visa option is still available at Goa International Airport, Dabolim. Passengers travelling from London are worried that the e-visa won’t be accepted at Mopa, according to Sardesai. According to Sardesai, tourists who are travelling to Goa are informed that their e-visa will not be accepted at Manohar International Airport when they board an aircraft from the UK.
Additionally, there is an additional price for brief landings for these passengers. Sardesai remarked, “This has been going on for the past three days, and I urge Sawant to raise it with the Union minister of civil aviation. Shift the flights back to Dabolim till that moment, Sardesai commanded.
Source- Travel biz