Delhi International Airport Limited


The first airport in India to be awarded the Leadership Energy and Environment Design (LEED) ‘Gold’ rating

Delhi International Airport Limited, India

Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) is a joint venture, formed as a consortium between GMR Airports Limited (Subsidiary of GMR Infrastructure Limited) (64%), Airports Authority of India (26%), and Fraport AG Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide (10%). We believe in creating passenger delight every time they fly and this has been reflected in every facet of the airport.

Passenger Delight has remained our primary objective at Delhi Airport, steering our company, services, goals, and overall identity. This commitment will continue to guide our path in the future. Our aim is to bring some of the finest airport business concepts to life for passengers at Delhi Airport, unlocking boundless possibilities for both travellers and ourselves.


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Salient Features

The expanded T1 now features DIGIYATRA at all entry gates, 20 Automated Tray Retrieval System (ATRS), Individual Carrier System (ICS), 108 Common Usage Self Service (CUSS), 100 check-in counters including 36 Self Baggage Drop (SBD) kiosks

India's only 4-runway airport, bolstering capacity to handle growing air traffic at the busiest
hub in the country.

India's first elevated dual taxiways (ECT) cut CO2 emissions by 55k tonnes annually, reduce tarmac time and the 2.1km structure can handle upto two A-380-size aircraft simultaneously.

Advanced 5 level in-line baggage handling system with explosive detection technology for greater efficiency and security.

Terminal 3 has state-of-the-art complex featuring Common Use Terminal Equipment (CUTE)

The arrival hall features both standard and wide-body baggage reclaim belts

Terminal 3 can be accessed by a 6-lane approach road and a dedicated high-speed Metro line from the city center.

Third runway is amongst the longest in Asia with capacity to handle an A380-size aircraft.

Access to the aircraft from the Terminal 3 is provided by 4 piers.

For International passengers more than 172 desks for fast and smooth immigration procedures.

Terminal 3's roof has stylized incisions to allow daylight and angled to protect the interior from direct sunlight creating an ambience maximizing the sense of volume, space and light inside.

Optimal use of natural light in day time reduces dependence on artificial light

78 aerobridges

Over 300+ counters in the check-in area to speed up check-in and security clearances unobtrusively.

Delhi Airport is aligned with the globally recognized Hidden Disabilities Sunflower initiative to discreetly assist travellers with hidden disabilities.

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International Presence

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National Presence