Monday, August 21, 2017

IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir will fly from Delhi’s T2 starting October

If you’re travelling out of Delhi in October, you will have to go to Terminal 2 to board a flight, if you’re flying IndiGo, SpiceJet or GoAir.

Terminal 1, that these airlines currently operate out of, is already handling more than its operational capacity and T3 is congested due to the increase in number of flights by airlines such as Air India, Jet Airways, Air Asia and other international carriers.
Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL) has written a strong letter to the airlines asking them to shift 30% of their operations to T2 by October. The airlines will have to give details of the flights they want to operate out of T2 by the end of the month.
While T2 was renovated to accommodate domestic airlines operating out of T1, according to some reports, airlines have been reluctant to shift to the terminal, as that could result in higher operational costs. Come October though, they will be left with no choice.
21/08/17 Smitha Menon/Conde Nest Traveller

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