Delhi Airport, which is officially known as Indira Gandhi International Airport,Delhi(IGI), is one of the world's largest airports. Situated in Palam, it is the sole airport serving the Indian capital- New Delhi. IGI Airport is the leading airport in the nation in concern with passenger traffic and cargo. This aviation hub comprises three terminals- T1, T2, and T3.
Delhi Airport gets its official name after the former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Besides being the country's busiest airport with passenger and cargo traffic, it is also the world’s leading airport in Airbus A320 aircraft traffic. Its three terminals serve different purposes. T1 was the first terminal built, and currently, it handles only domestic flights. T2 also manages domestic routes. Comparatively, T3 is the newer terminal and is so huge that it takes 34 million passengers per year. This latest terminal is used for catering to international traffic. Delhi airport offers an abundance of facilities and ensures that its passengers have a seamless and luxurious experience. The airport treats its passengers with a wide range of dining options stretching from excellent restaurants to casual eateries. As of 2019-20, this airport handled close to 67.3 million passengers.
Winters in this place commence in December. Though the mornings are mild, during the night, the weather can get very chilly. During this season, the combination of fog, morning mist, and pollution can affect flights' operation as the visibility is impaired. Spring lasts for a short period but is pleasant enough to lift the spirits of locals. Summers can be very harsh, with scorching heat rising the temperature to almost 45 degrees Celsius.
If you want to reach IGI Airport from Central Secretariat, you can drive via NH 48 within 20 minutes, covering 10.9 km. You can also take the metro from Udyog Bhawan near Central Secretariat to Hauz Khas and change the line from there to T1 of IGI Airport. You can also opt for a DTC bus from Krishi Bhawan to APS Colony and change the bus from there to the T1 terminal of the airport.
The closest railway station to the airport (T1) is 4.8 km – Palam Railway Station. The Airport metro station connects terminals 2 and 3, while the T1-IGI Airport metro station serves the T1. The international airport of New Delhi is also accessible via city buses. Delhi Gurgaon Expressway, the busiest intercity route in India, provides road connectivity to the airport.
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