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IndiGo expands to T2 at IGI Airport from March 25, releases list of flights affected

The airline says certain flight numbers have changed, has urged passengers to check their flight number and terminal before leaving for the airport.

SNS | New Delhi |

Low-cost carrier IndiGo will shift partial operations from Terminal 1 of the IGI Airport in Delhi to Terminal 2 from March 25, 2018, “to support Delhi Airport with revamping of Terminal 1”.

The airline says certain flight numbers have changed, and urged passengers to check their flight number and terminal before leaving for the airport.

IndiGo has posted a list of the affected flights on its website. Around 100 IndiGo flights will now operate from T2. All other domestic flights will continue to operate from Terminal 1D and international flights from Terminal 3 at IGI Airport.

According to the company, all flights numbered from “6E 2000 to 6E 2999” will depart from and arrive at Terminal 2 from March 25.

In a statement issued earlier, the airline had said, “During this transition phase, IndiGo has taken series of measures to ensure passengers are informed at every stage while flying with 6E.”

While the airport authorities will be providing a shuttle service from T1 and T3 to T2 and vice versa to help the flyers, IndiGo says it will additionally assist in arranging transfer services during the transition phase.

While Metro services are not available on this route, one can reach Aerocity Metro station from T1 using local transport or a shuttle and then take the Airport Line metro towards IGI Airport Metro station, which is common for T2 and T3 with two different routes. Both terminals are approximately 5-7 minutes’ walking distance away.

“To facilitate this transition during initial days, IndiGo will make best efforts to transfer customers who might reach the wrong terminal… In case an IndiGo passenger misses the flight due to the change in terminal, IndiGo will rebook you flight at no extra charge,” the airline had said in the statement issued last week.