Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) announced it has completed the renovation and modernisation work at its international terminal, according to India Aviation. Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), the GMR led joint venture consortium tasked with the modernisation of Indira Gandhi Airport has carried out renovation programme to enhance the efficiency of the terminal and also improve its aesthetics and functionality.
In order to reduce congestion at the International Terminal, a number of steps have been taken.
Details of the modernised Terminal 2 include:
Expanded city side drop off area;
Customer Care Executives, Free Luggage Porters and Traffic Marshals deployed for passenger assistance;
Entry gates to terminal increased from 4 to 8;
Modern 3 level in-line baggage handling system to eliminate baggage x-ray queues;
Check in counters increased from 78 to 100;
Immigration counters increased from 56 to 90;
Security channels increased from 10 to 22;
Length of 4 baggage reclaim belts increased in Arrival Area.