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Save time when landing at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi
iVisa | Updated on May 10, 2023

The most popular ports of entry for international tourists traveling to India are New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai or Kolkata (formerly called Calcutta). The New Delhi airport is called the Indira Gandhi International Airport and is India's busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic.

It's named after Indira Gandhi, a former Prime Minister of India, and is located in Palam, just 16 km from New Delhi city center. Passenger can reach the airport by taxi, bus, or metro. If you happen to have a long layover, you can easily spend a day exploring the city with FreeTour.com.

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The airport consist of 3 different units:

  • Terminal 1D, Domestic departures with check-in counters, security checkpoints, shops, etc. (Serving airlines IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir) Interactive map.

  • Terminal 1C, Domestic arrivals with baggage reclaim, taxi desks, shops, etc. (Serving airlines IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir).

  • Terminal 3, International/Domestic departures and arrivals. This is where you will land when arriving in India on an international flight. (Serving airlines Air India, Alliance Air, Jet Airways, Vistara, Air Asia and all other International airlines).

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