Articles about Delhi International Airport Limited

Video showing Air India plane stuck under overbridge goes viral

04 Oct 2021

India
Video showing Air India plane stuck under overbridge goes viral

In a bizarre incident, a scrapped Air India plane was spotted stuck under an overbridge near the Delhi airport as it was being transported by road on October 2.

In five days, 300-tonne COVID-19 relief cargo reached Delhi Airport

03 May 2021

India
In five days, 300-tonne COVID-19 relief cargo reached Delhi Airport

The Delhi International Airport handled 25 flights carrying 300 tonnes of COVID-19 relief cargo in the last five days, its operator, DIAL, said on Monday.

How Delhi Airport plans to help in coronavirus vaccine distribution

29 Dec 2020

India
How Delhi Airport plans to help in coronavirus vaccine distribution

India is gearing up to distribute vaccines to crores of people but the task will be replete with many problems, including ensuring last-mile deliveries and storing doses at a safe temperature.

Delhi airport's Terminal 2 to resume operations from October 1

28 Sep 2020

India
Delhi airport's Terminal 2 to resume operations from October 1

After a six month shutdown, the Terminal 2 at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport is set to resume operations starting October 1, the Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) has announced.

Delhi is getting its first air train: Details here

29 Nov 2019

Delhi
Delhi is getting its first air train: Details here

In what would come as a good news for fliers using Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA), the bustling airport is likely to get an 'air train' by 2022.

Delhi: Soon, travel across IGI Airport terminals via 'air train'

29 Mar 2019

Delhi
Delhi: Soon, travel across IGI Airport terminals via 'air train'

Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) is one of the busiest in the world.

Soon, you may have to pay more for flight tickets

08 Mar 2019

India
Soon, you may have to pay more for flight tickets

Passengers travelling via air, both domestic and international, might have to pay more for their tickets soon, as Passenger Service Fee (PSF) is due for an increase.

Soon, passengers can leave and re-enter airport if flight's delayed

06 Jan 2019

India
Soon, passengers can leave and re-enter airport if flight's delayed

A new proposal under consideration might allow fliers to leave the airport if their flights are delayed, and return to board them without any hassles.

Delhi airport: Muffin with dead lizard leaves passenger hospitalized

30 Dec 2018

India
Delhi airport: Muffin with dead lizard leaves passenger hospitalized

In an incident that reeks of negligence, a passenger waiting for a flight at the Delhi airport had to be rushed to a hospital after he suffered food poisoning from a muffin that allegedly contained a dead lizard.

From December 1, spend more for flying out of Delhi

22 Nov 2018

India
From December 1, spend more for flying out of Delhi

Passengers flying out of Delhi airport will have to spend more as Airports Economic Regulatory Authority (AERA) has approved the revision of service charges.

With expansion plans, flying out of Delhi to become costlier

31 Oct 2018

India
With expansion plans, flying out of Delhi to become costlier

The Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) is planning to invest Rs. 9,000 crore in expansion work which will result in a rise of aeronautical charges.

Airports owe Rs. 970 crore security dues to CISF

08 Oct 2018

India
Airports owe Rs. 970 crore security dues to CISF

Dues amounting to about Rs. 970cr are pending against various airports in the country in lieu of providing CISF security to them.

India's two busiest airports to shut down runways for repair

05 Oct 2018

India
India's two busiest airports to shut down runways for repair

Two of India's busiest airports, the Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi and the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai, will shut down their runways for repair for 13 days from November 15 this year, and between February and March next year, respectively.

Delhi airport: Semi-robotic TaxiBots to help curb air pollution

21 Jul 2018

Delhi
Delhi airport: Semi-robotic TaxiBots to help curb air pollution

After 'air-purifier' plants, Delhi airport authorities have taken another environment-friendly step by introducing TaxiBots, 'pilot-controlled semi-robotic machines' which reduce emissions and fuel-consumption by a stunning 85%.

Delhi airport to get pure air, courtesy 35,000 plants!

07 Jun 2018

Delhi
Delhi airport to get pure air, courtesy 35,000 plants!

Setting a 'green' standard, Delhi airport officials have planted a whopping 35,000 plants in the interiors of the building.

Delhi: Despite alerts, hundreds of SpiceJet, IndiGo passengers reach wrong-terminal

26 Mar 2018

Delhi
Delhi: Despite alerts, hundreds of SpiceJet, IndiGo passengers reach wrong-terminal

Despite several hoardings, text messages, e-mails and phone calls by Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL) intimating about the partial shift of operations of IndiGo and SpiceJet to T2, many have been turning up at T1.

Over 120 SpiceJet, IndiGo flights to ply from Delhi T2

16 Mar 2018

Delhi
Over 120 SpiceJet, IndiGo flights to ply from Delhi T2

Ending a four-month battle with Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL), IndiGo and SpiceJet have agreed to shift their flight operations partially to Delhi Airport's revamped T2 (Terminal-2) from March 25.

Delhi HC clears 75-year-old DU professor of sexual harassment charge

07 Aug 2017

Delhi
Delhi HC clears 75-year-old DU professor of sexual harassment charge

Overruling Delhi University's (DU) Executive Council's decision, Delhi HC acquitted 75-year-old former DU professor, who was accused of sexual harassment by two researchers 16 years ago.

Delhi University's third cut-off list dips by 3%

07 Jul 2017

Delhi
Delhi University's third cut-off list dips by 3%

In what comes as a relief for many aspirants, the Delhi University declared its third cut-off list on Thursday night and dropped the cut-off by 3%.

AAP Government, food labs tie up to ensure quality

18 Apr 2017

Delhi
AAP Government, food labs tie up to ensure quality

The Food Safety Department of Delhi has collaborated with 18 private food-testing labs in the city to ensure the overseeing of food served in restaurants as well as streets.

IGI's T3 to be revamped to accommodate more passengers

18 Apr 2017

India
IGI's T3 to be revamped to accommodate more passengers

The Delhi International Airport Limited has begun expansion of Terminal 3 in an attempt to cope with the increasing numbers of passengers.