Delhi airport’s newly constructed arrival terminal at T1 is now operational. The Indira Gandhi Worldwide Airport (IGIA), operated by Delhi Worldwide Airport Ltd. (DIAL), has three terminals, T1, T2 and T3, and its Terminal 1 is used as a home terminal and serves solely low value carriers.
With the opening of the stated arrival terminal, the complete arrival operations of T1 will likely be shifted to the brand new one from the prevailing facility. The brand new T1 arrival terminal spans throughout an space of 8000 sq m and comes geared up with 4 new baggage reclaim carousels.
Referring to this , DIAL CEO Videh Kumar Jaipuriar said that the brand new terminal has been developed by DIAL, in step with its dedication to boost passenger expertise with protected, safe and sustainable infrastructural amenities.
He additionally added that whereas departure operations will proceed from the prevailing terminal, it is going to finally be built-in with the brand new arrivals terminal, publish completion of the growth works.
Experiences have it that the terminal follows DIAL’s inexperienced initiatives, and has been constructed as a inexperienced constructing, protecting globally famend LEED (Management in Power and Environmental Design) inexperienced constructing requirements in thoughts, with a daylight idea included within the total construction.
The brand new arrival constructing is situated nearer to T1(D), and is predicted to deal with 40 million passengers each year going ahead.