The newly constructed arrival Terminal at T-1 of Delhi Airport is now operational for some domestic low-cost carriers, like IndiGo, SpiceJet ets. 

Indira Gandhi International Airport, operated by Delhi International Airport Limited, has three terminals, T-1, T-2 and T-3, and its Terminal 1 is used as a domestic terminal and serves only low-cost carriers. The new arrivals building is located close to T1(D), and is expected to handle 40 million passengers per year going forward.

The entire arrival operations of T-1 will be shifted from the existing facility to the new one. The new T1 Arrival Terminal covers an area of ​​8000 square meters and is equipped with four new baggage reclaim carousels.

The new terminal has been developed by DIAL in line with its commitment to enhance the passenger experience with safe, secure and sustainable infrastructure.

While departure operations will continue from the existing terminal, it will eventually be integrated with the new arrival terminal after the completion of the expansion works.
The report states that the terminal follows DIAL's green initiative, and is in keeping with the globally renowned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design green building standards, with a daylight concept incorporated into the overall structure. Also, designed as a green building.


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