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  • Delhi`s world-class airport

    Delhi`s world-class airport

  • The immigration section at IGI's terminal 3 or T3. Delhi airport will be eight-largest in terms of size and sixth largest in terms of capacity in the world.

    The immigration section at IGI's terminal 3 or T3. Delhi airport will be eight-largest in terms of size and sixth largest in terms of capacity in the world.

  • A view of the Securty area at T3. Delhi airport's passenger-handling capacity will more than double, from 23 million to 57 million after it starts commercial operation from July 15.

    A view of the Securty area at T3. Delhi airport's passenger-handling capacity will more than double, from 23 million to 57 million after it starts commercial operation from July 15.

  • A view of the check-in counters. The terminal has an eight-storied main building housing 168 check-in areas and 90 immigration counters.

    A view of the check-in counters. The terminal has an eight-storied main building housing 168 check-in areas and 90 immigration counters.

  • An Indigo Airlines plane and an aerobridge at Delhi Airport. The terminal, built at a cost of Rs 12,700 crore in 37 months, has four boarding piers with 48 boarding gates and 78 aerobridges, which is the highest for a terminal of its size. Three aerobridges would cater exclusively to Airbus 380 aircraft.

    An Indigo Airlines plane and an aerobridge at Delhi Airport. The terminal, built at a cost of Rs 12,700 crore in 37 months, has four boarding piers with 48 boarding gates and 78 aerobridges, which is the highest for a terminal of its size. Three aerobridges would cater exclusively to Airbus 380 aircraft.

  • A travelator at IGI's T3. The terminal would have 89 travelators, eight of which would be inclined ¿ a first-of-its-kind in India. The 118-metre travelator would be the longest in Asia.

    A travelator at IGI's T3. The terminal would have 89 travelators, eight of which would be inclined ¿ a first-of-its-kind in India. The 118-metre travelator would be the longest in Asia.

  • The arrival section at the terminal. The airport is being built by DIAL, a consortium led by Bangalore-headquartered GMR Group, consisting of Airports Authority of India, Malaysian Airport and Frankfurt Airport.

    The arrival section at the terminal. The airport is being built by DIAL, a consortium led by Bangalore-headquartered GMR Group, consisting of Airports Authority of India, Malaysian Airport and Frankfurt Airport.

  • The departure area. Air India will make this terminal their hub and network their international and domestic operation from this airport. Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL) is also talking to other Indian airlines to shift their base at this airport.

    The departure area. Air India will make this terminal their hub and network their international and domestic operation from this airport. Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL) is also talking to other Indian airlines to shift their base at this airport.

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