Why Delhi Airport And Indigo Are Locked In A Bitter Battle


Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) and low-cost airline IndiGo are engaged in a bitter battle over a commercial issues. Catch why it is happening and what has been done so far to resolve the same:

1. The numbers : Terminal 1 of the airport was used for all domestic flights of low-cost carriers — IndiGo, SpiceJetand GoAir…

While Terminal 1 capacity is 2 crore passengers annually. It handled 2.4 crore in financial year 2017 and is expected to see 2.6 crore flyers in financial year 2018.

2. The solution

  • DIAL wants to move a third of the traffic to T2
  • Get space at T1 to begin expansion work and double its capacity by 2020-21 .Read More…

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