After being shut for six months, IGI’s Terminal 2 is restart operations from October 1. The terminal will reopen in phases and the number of flights will increase gradually, said an official of Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL).
The number of air traffic movements will be limited to 96 — 48 arrivals and departures each per day. The number will increase to 180 by the end of October.
An IndiGo flight to Srinagar will take-off at 6:25 am on October 1. A DIAL official said, “Passengers are required to make use of e-boarding facilities so that the process is contactless.” 162 housekeeping personnel are deployed to ensure the premises are being sanitised round the clock.
Videh Kumar Jaipuriar, CEO-DIAL, said, “Delhi Airport is all set to reopen for domestic flight operations at T2 after a six-month shutdown. We would like to assure passengers that at Delhi airport, they would be in a safe and healthy environment. We have implemented several measures at the airport to ensure passenger safety without compromising their comfort and experience. Our teams have worked round the clock to sanitize the vast terminal. DIAL will continue its awareness drive by educating and encouraging passengers to maintain social distance while at the airport.”
📣 The Indian Express is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay updated with the latest headlines