Indira Gandhi International Airport managed by DIAL (Delhi International Airport Limited) has planned some superb-feature to manage the traffic.

Amid this plan, all the flights will be transferred to Terminal 3 and passenger may face certain irregularity in departure procedure but it will be handled by officials, who are deployed especially for this project.

A revamped terminal, new runway, elevated taxiway and an internal rail system are the features that IGI Airport will get in very short time to manage traffic and flight management at a better level.

33% passengers of IndiGo, GoAir, and SpiceJet will be shifted to Terminal 2 which rounds the figure of 8 million passengers per annum. However, IndiGo and Spicoperaterates international flights and hence they can utilise T1, T2 and T3. This system will be applicable from October 1.

The only things passengers needs to take care of is locating and transfering terminals at a very end moment (in rare case). There will be no Metro Connectivity available to Terminal 2 and autos are disabled for sometime. But, the airport operator will provide feeder bus service, connecting the old and new terminals. At T1, which is in for a major revamp, the simultaneous flight operations and huge construction activity is expected to cause chaos.

The airlines should give the points of interest of flights, they plan to move to T2, to the airport operator by August 31.

The master strategy will be actualized in three modular phases-phase 3A (2018-21), 3 B (2021-25) and Phase 4 (2026 onwards).

Delhi Airport is the biggest and the busiest airport in India. Amid the FY 2016-17 it took care of 57.7 million passengers and more than 8, 57,000 tonnes of Cargo. Delhi Airport has been positioned 21st busiest airport on the planet by ACI accomplishing most astounding growth of 21 % in the calendar year 2016 among top 30 airports on the planet.