Asia Bizz: India’s Indira Gandhi International Airport Gets A $ 3 Billion Domestic-cum-International Terminal
The capital of India, New Delhi, has inaugurated a new and sophisticated terminal at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) on Saturday before the Common Wealth Games that will take place later this year.
According to reports, India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and UPA head Sonia Gandhi, inaugurated the swanky new domestic-cum-international terminal (T3) of the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) today, on 3rd July 2010.
SP what’s so great about the new terminal? It comes at a price tag of about $3 million and has 168 check-in counters, 50 emmigration desks, 49 immigration desks, 97 automatic travelators, 78 aerobridges, and the newest Cat III runway and landing systems, which will give travelers a world-class travel experience.
This terminal is likely to place the Indian capital in the same category of cities around the globe that have world class airports.
International flights will begin from July 14th onwards.