Terminal 2 of Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport has now started again today. This terminal was closed due to the second wave of corona virus.
This terminal 2 was restarted on 1 October 2020 after the first wave of corona virus subsided. However, due to the acute shortage of domestic passengers in the second wave of the corona virus epidemic, the operation of Terminal 2 was stopped on 18 May 2021. All flights from Terminal 3 were in operation during this period.
Operation has started from this terminal at 12 pm. Now GoAir and Indigo planes are flying from here. IndiGo has shifted all its flights to Terminal 2. IndiGo 2000-2999 series planes and all GoAir flights will fly from this terminal.
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Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), the company that runs Delhi Airport, has said in a statement that a total of 27 counters have been set up at Terminal-2 for the convenience of passengers. In which 11 counters are of Go Air and 16 counters are of Indigo Airlines.
DIAL further said that according to the aviation analysis platform Network Thoughts, about 200 flights will fly from Terminal-2 every day, with 100 arrivals and 100 departures. This number of flights will be continuously increased and by the end of August, about 280 flats will be able to fly daily from Terminal-2.
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The GMR Group-led DIAL expects around 25,000 air travelers to use the terminal daily in the initial phase. Please inform that Terminal 1 of Delhi Airport has been closed. The reason for this is that this terminal is being redeveloped and expanded.
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