Thursday, August 24, 2017

Delhi airport set to revamp structure, bigger terminals, internal rail

Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport is set for a new look with revamped terminal, new runway, elevated taxiway and an internal rail system.

From October 1, one third passengers of Indigo, GoAir and Spicejet will be shifted to flights which will be operated from Terminal 2. This translates into 8 million passengers going to T2 to catch their flights. Indigo and Spicjet also fly on international routes, so for the next three years they have to operate from T1, T2 and T3.

However, this may cause a major commotion for the passengers, as they would be required to locate terminals without much help and this is sure not going to be hassle free, for the reason that there is no Metro connectivity to T2 and autos will not be allowed.
24/08/17 New Delhi Times