Monday May 25, 2020

Delhi’s new air terminal ‘is ‘going to transform India’

The world’s fifth-largest air terminal was built in three years and is expected to boost economic activity in India’s capital, write Subramaniam Sharma in New Delhi and Vipin V Nair in Mumbai

3rd July, 2010

Passengers on international flights to and from New Delhi will soon not have to walk through the overcrowded building that has been the Indian capital’s gateway to the world for 24 years.

From July 14, they will instead enter a terminal, designed by London architects HOK International, which is encased in sheets of glass etched with images of Indian dancers.

With 78 gates, 97 automated walkways, 95 immigration counters, 20,000 square meters of retail space,...

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