Indira Gandhi International Airport is one of the busiest airports in India. It is located in the NCR region of West Delhi. The airport was named after Indira Gandhi, a former former Indian Prime Minister. With the opening of the new Terminal 3, this airport has become one of the largest and busiest in Southeast Asia.
The airport has several terminals that deal with domestic, international and freight traffic. It is expected that the airport will be able to process more than 100 million passengers annually by 2030.
Airport Achievement :
IGIA is reachable via several options, the city. Many paid taxis ride from different parts of the city to pick you up and go to the airport. One of the easiest and most affordable ways to get to the airport is to use the Airport Express Line subway line Delhi. This line runs from Delhi to Terminal 3 IGIA. Many low-floor air-conditioned buses run the DTC.
Other Facts and Statistics :
The airport serves almost every major airline in the world. There are almost 70 flights that are handled by the ATC every hour. This airport is home to some popular low-cost carriers in the country such as Kingfisher, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Jet Airways and GoAir. There are six terminals that make up this airport.
Terminal 1 essentially deals with domestic traffic. It was further subdivided into 4 smaller terminals that own and operate low cost budget carriers.
Terminal 2 is designed to work on a co-regulation with Terminal 3 until the proposed Terminal 4 is completed. Upon completion of T4, T2 will be destroyed and a new terminal will be executed.
Terminal 3 is labeled as one of the best terminals in the world. The terminal is intended only for international traffic and annually handles over 34 million passengers each year. T3 has more than 150 check counters, 15 X-ray scanners, 72 immigration counters and 30 parking spaces. This terminal is connected to the Transit city of Express Line and Bus Rapid
. The terminal also has the state-of-the-art multi-level parking lot with a capacity of more than 4,000 cars.
Terminals 4 and 5 are in their later stages of development. They are designed to control the growing traffic and passenger needs. A new device is also suspended in this terminal.
The Hajj Terminal is dedicated to Hajim passengers who take Haj every year. Special flights to the Haj are only from here. It is capable of handling 10 million passengers a year. The terminal is only functional for 2 months of the year. Plans are designed to be used for the remaining 10 months.
Freight terminal serves to handle all freight and freight operations. The airport has received awards and special awards for its cargo and whipping services.