IndiGo Moves To Supreme Court As IGI’s T1 Expansion Stuck


As budget airline IndiGo approaches Supreme Court with a special leave petition against the order of a division bench of the Delhi High Court last week directing it to move one third of its operations from Terminal 1 of the Indira Gandhi International Airport to Terminal 2, the expansion plans for the domestic terminals continues to hang fire.

The Delhi International Airport (Private) Limited (DIAL) has been in talks with three low-cost carriers – Indigo, GoAir and SpiceJet – over the past year to shift a third of their operations out of T1 so that the domestic terminal’s capacity can be increased.

Presently, T1 handles 21 million passengers per year whereas according to the original plan its capacity is 20 million a year. Read More…

You may also read!

Can’t Be Forced: India On Nepal’s BIMSTEC Drill Pull Out

Even as Nepal has pulled out of the military exercise being hosted by India in Pune under the banner

Read More...

Andhra Pradesh Plans Five Air Force Enclaves

The State government is planning to develop five air force enclaves in the state, said chief minister Chandrababu Naidu.

Read More...

Soon, Flights to Hyderabad, Goa From Amritsar

Indian airline carriers Indigo, Spice Jet and Jet Airways are going to start new flights from Sri Guru Ram

Read More...

Leave a reply:

Your email address will not be published.

Mobile Sliding Menu