The newly built T1 arrival terminal at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport will be operational from the early morning of February 24, CNBC-TV18 has reported. On February 7, DIAL said the expansion work of the arrival terminal at T1 had been completed, and it is ready for operations.
The work has been undertaken as part of expansion plans and once complete, the airport's total terminal capacity and airside capacity will increase to 100 million and 140 million, respectively.
With this, the entire arrival operations of T1C will be shifted to the new arrival terminal at T1. The new terminal will be operational with the arrival of IndiGo flight 6E 6532 from Goa.