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Due to a surge in traffic, the Delhi Airport has decided to give Terminal 1 (T1), the hub of the low-cost carriers, a Rs 16,000-crore facelift. For this purpose, IndiGo, Spicejet and Go Air — the three airlines operating from the terminal have been asked to partially shift operations to Terminal 2 (T2). While GoAir has agreed to shift to T2, even operating its first flight on Saturday morning, IndiGo and Spicejet are yet to come on board.
T2 was shut down in July 2010 when international operations were shifted to Terminal 3.