Airport Name: Indira Gandhi International Airport
Address : New Udaan Bhawan,
Opp. Terminal-3, New Delhi-110 037
IATA Code: DEL
Contact: +91 124 3376000
Latitude: 28.556555 Longitude: 77.10079
About New Delhi Airport: Indira Gandhi Airport is the busiest airport in India, which is named after a former prime minister of India – Indira Gandhi. Delhi Airport was previous known as Safdarjung Airport, which was constructed in 1930 and remained the main airport of Delhi till 1962. After increment in passenger traffic, the airport was moved to Palam Airport in 1962. It was renamed as Indira Gandhi International Airport on 2nd 1986 with inauguration of its new international terminal 2. By beginning its operations at the new Terminal 3, the airport has become the largest aviation hub of India and South Asia and it currently has the capacity to handle more than 46 million passengers. The airport is located at a distance of 15 km from New Delhi Railway Station and 16 km from the city center.
Delhi Airport is the most prominent airports of India that is a hub of major domestic airlines of India. Top domestic airlines that operate from Delhi are IndiGo Airlines, Air India, JetKonnect, Jet Airways, SpiceJet, and GoAir. The top international airlines serving to Delhi are Emirates Airlines, SriLankan Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Etihad Airways, Gulf Air, Oman Air, Malindo Air, and Druk Air.
New Delhi offers excellent facilities to its visitors. It has excellent connectivity of metro train to reach the main city or visiting the airport. Valet parking is also available for the passengers who want to avail it. IGI Airport provides free baggage trolley services to the passengers. It also has dedicated counters for lost & found baggage that helps the passengers in finding luggage in case of lost. IGI Airport also has several options to dine or having snack and these dining options serve food, including continental to South Indian & Punjabi. You can also explore different shopping options available at the airport.