Finally after 7 years of excitement and prep, Terminal 2 of the Indira Gandhi International Airport is all set and has been launched for public use!
GoAir is the only low-cost airline which will move its entire operation from T1 to T2 from October 29 onwards, something which IndiGo and SpiceJet have declined to do. But hopefully, within 2 months, low-cost airlines like IndiGo will shift part of its flight services from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2.
According to the government, air traffic at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport is expected to reach up to 91 million passengers per year (MPPA) in the next three years and touch its peak handling capacity by 2024!
The transition from T1 to T2 will not be easy for anyone, nor the airlines or the passengers, but sooner or later, this change had to be brought about and so it is! The remodelled Terminal 2 is within walking distance of T3.
Drivers coming from Delhi and Gurugram are advised to take the Terminal 3 Exit to reach T2. Those travelling from the metro can reach T3 using the Airport Express Line and then walk down to Terminal 2.
Fingers crossed and hoping for a seamless travel experience!
Sourced Via Daily Mail