Delhi Airport Guide to Delhi Airport

Delhi Airport (DEL)

Delhi Airport (IATA: DEL, ICAO: VIDP), also known as Indira Gandhi International Airport, is the unique airport that serves the city of New Delhi. The airport is the busiest one in India in terms of passenger traffic and cargo. There are plans to continue to expand the airport if the traffic continues to grow.

 

During 2017, the New Delhi - Indira Gandhi Airport, became the 21th busiest airport of the world in terms with over 63.5 million passenger.

 

Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) is the biggest airport of India in terms of passenger traffic. Is used by many international airlines.

Terminals + info

The airport has 2 full operational terminals: Terminal 1 only operates low cost carriers and Terminal 3 operates all international flights and some domestic ones.

 

T1 is temporary closed due to refrubishment works. T2 serves domestic and regional flights. The T3 is used for other Domestic Flights and International Flights, be sure which terminal are you going to use. See more terminal info.

 

Terminal 3

The Terminal T3 was opened in 2010 and is one of the biggest terminals in the world. Is prepared to handle 34 million passengers per year.

Transport + info

The fastest way to reach the New Delhi city Center is to use the metro. See transprotation tips

Car Hire / Car Rental + info

If you want to rent a car, use the search engine on our car rental page and compare all operating companies

Flight Status

Check the status of your flight. Check Arrivals Flight Status or Departures Flight Status

Present and Future

The airport is growing very fast, there are plans to build new facilities and terminals (4, 5 and 6) in order to be prepared to handle up to 100 Millions passengers per year

New Delhi Travel Guide

Check New Delhi Travel Guide at Bautrip for more information about New Delhi.

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