No-frill airline IndiGo today moved the Delhi High Court against its single judge's order upholding the decision of IGI airport operator DIAL to partially shift its operations from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2.
The airline has challenged the single judge's December 20, 2017 ruling that there was no illegality in the decision of the Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL) to partially shift operations of IndiGo, along with that of SpiceJet and GoAir, from Terminal-1 (T-1) to Terminal-2 (T-2) of the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport here.
All other flights of the airlines shall continue to operate from T-1, the airport operator had said.
While upholding DIAL's decision, the single judge had given the airlines time till February 15 to partially shift their operations.
In its appeal, Indigo has claimed that DIAL had not appropriately considered the inconvenience which would be caused to passengers while arriving at its decision.
The airline has also contended that DIAL had not taken into account its proposal to shift the other two airlines to T-2 and to let it remain in T-1.
In the proceedings before the single judge, the airline had challenged DIAL's decision on the ground that partial shifting of its operations would inconvenience passengers, especially those on hopping flights emanating or ending at those sectors, as T-1 and T-2 are not connected.
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