Delhi airport advisory issued by Indian low-cost carrier, Indigo. The advisory was issued due to overcrowding at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGAI), resulting in long queues and considerable delay in the check-in process.

IGAI has seen a high volume of passengers recently, and Indigo has issued an advisory that passengers reach the airport at least 3.5 hours before their departure time. The advisory also recommends that passengers carry only one piece of luggage.

If you are traveling with IndiGo, it is advisable to use Gate 5 and 6 at Terminal 3 of the airport as they are closest to IndiGo's check-in counters. This can help you save time and avoid potential delays. It is always a good idea to follow the advice of airline and airport officials to ensure a smooth and stress-free travel experience.

Over the past few days, passengers have been tweeting about their experiences at the Delhi airport, posting pictures of long lines at several security checkpoints. Passengers have complained of waiting two to three hours in the clearance area before the final departure of the flight.

Yesterday, Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia showed up at Delhi airport today for checking after lots of complaints on social media about long queues of passengers and huge delay in checking in.


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