Questions about Indira Gandhi International Airport (IATA: DEL), serving Delhi and the entire National Capital Region in northern India.
Delhi-Indira Gandhi International Airport (IATA code DEL), sometimes locally referred to as IGI Airport, is the busiest commercial airport in india and the air gateway to delhi and its environs. It is situated in the Palam district, approximately 16km (10 mi) to the southwest of central Delhi.
DEL utilizes two passenger terminals. Low-cost carriers IndiGo, spicejet and GoAir operate out of Terminal 1D. All other airlines, including air-india and jet-airways, operate out of Terminal 3. The airport is a hub o these airline as well as AirAsia India and Vistara.
By public transport, the airport can be reached via the Delhi Metro; the Delhi Airport Metro Express line (the "Orange Line") station is at Terminal 3; the ride to New Delhi is approximately 20 minutes. Buses, both operated by the DTC and by private companies, operate from a staging area opposite the Centaur Hotel, reachable by a free 24-hour shuttle bus from Terminal 3. Metered taxis are also available.