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Delhi Airport

 


 


The Delhi airport is better known as Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA). This is one of the major ports in India and combines in northern India, the rest of the world. New Delhi airport serves both domestic and international tourists. The airport is the busiest in India, in terms of flights per day and the second busiest in terms of passenger numbers. E ', run by Indian Air Force in the past and was part of the Palam airport before being transferred to the Airports Authority of India. Transfer to the airport operator Delhi International Airport Limited, a joint venture led by GMR Group in 2006. The story of Indira Gandhi International Airport is Palam Airport, the Second World War. After independence of India came to serve as Air Force Station Air Force of India, with operations carried passengers Safdarjung Airport. It was not until 1962 that the operation of the passengers were taken to Palam, mainly because of increased air traffic.

 At the time, had a maximum capacity of about 1300 passengers per hour. Later, in 1970, was added an additional terminal at the airport, which had spread over an area nearly four times higher than the old terminal Palam. In 1986, a second terminal - Terminal 2 was added, and the airport was renamed the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport. Structure of the airport's domestic airport has four terminals, namely terminals 1A, 1B, 1C and 1D. Terminal 1A is for domestic flights of Go Air, Indian Airlines and Air India Regional. Privatization, development and implementation of Dimming Delhi airport is undergoing privatization.

 GMR-Fraport consortium has won the tender for the privatization and currently manages the functions of several airports, including operations, maintenance, development, design, construction and management of the airport. Terminal 1A and Terminal 2 have been renovated bathrooms, ceilings, departure areas and equipment for security updates. The new Terminal 3 at Indira Gandhi International Airport is under construction must be the end of the third largest in the world (after completion). Terminal 4 and 5 will also be built at a later date. Airlines IGI airport is served by no fewer than 60 airlines. Serves as the principal objective of Indian Airlines, SpiceJet, Air India Indigo Airlines and regional levels, in addition to being the second base of Air India and Jet Airways (after Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai).

Delhi Bus Stand

 


 

 

Delhi Bus Stand, Gandhi Road is a bus station, buses and other public transport regularly interstate transportation of persons in other parts of Dehradun. Delhi Bus Stand, Gandhi Road, serves primarily the Interstate line. All types of long-distance buses - Volvo Super Deluxe, Deluxe and Ordinary bus Hi Tech lead Delhi Bus Stand, Gandhi Road. Delhi Bus Stand, Gandhi Road, organizational systems, where the buses pick up passengers. Delhi Bus Stand, Gandhi Road is located in a large area so that a large number of interstate long-distance buses parked side by side. Delhi Bus Stand Road, Gandhi is not just a bus stop. Delhi Bus Stand on Gandhi Road, the Interstate bus station. Delhi Gandhi Bus Stand Road is open on two public buses and private exploitation. potential passengers can choose between various types of buses: Super Luxury Volvo Bus Luxury Bus Volvo Super layer on the road from Delhi to Dehra Dun. Super Luxury Volvo Bus facilities usually have climate control with the push reclining front seats and rear air suspension. Snacks and bottled water sometimes provided by the carrier. Hi Tech Deluxe Coaches: Hi Tech Deluxe buses offer passengers a reclining seat with headrest complete. All seats are 2x2 discharge. These buses are cheaper than buses Volvo Super Deluxe. Ordinary bus: Bus General 2x3 equipped with comfortable seats. This type of bus travel offers reasonable comfort at an affordable price. There is plenty of room for luggage on the bus.

Delhi Metro

 


New Delhi is the second largest city in India to get a rail system and metro networking technology is much higher in Calcutta. The trains used on the network built by a consortium of Japan and Korea are comparable to those used in the subway systems of the world's most advanced. Initially about 60 trains to be introduced into the system, with 180 units to be built in India itself. By train sparks and elegant, the staff, the new system is more advanced than Tokyo or New York subway on an equal footing with Singapore and Hong Kong. The total network consists of 16 sections to implement a sequence based on passenger-kilometers per kilometer length of each section. The first phase of the network, currently under implementation consists of 62.5 km long road, 12.5 km deep underground corridor known as the surface of 60 km / elevated called Rail Corridor.New Delhi is the second largest city in India to get a rail system and metro networking technology is much higher in Calcutta. The trains used on the network built by a consortium of Japan and Korea are comparable to those used in the subway systems of the world's most advanced. Initially about 60 trains to be introduced into the system, with 180 units to be built in India itself. By train sparks and elegant, the staff, the new system is more advanced than Tokyo or New York subway on an equal footing with Singapore and Hong Kong. The total network consists of 16 sections to implement a sequence based on passenger-kilometers per kilometer length of each section. The first phase of the network, currently under implementation consists of 62.5 km long road, 12.5 km deep underground corridor known as the surface of 60 km / elevated called Rail Corridor.

Delhi Railway Station

 


 

New Delhi railway station is one of the leaders in major railway Ferrovie Nord. New Delhi Delhi Railway Station is connected with other parts of the country through a super-fast and express trains. The railway station is 19 km from Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh and 31 km from Gurgaon, Haryana. This station is also computerized reservation systems, installation is a tourist information center. Near Kashmere Gate between States will find the bus station. The closest airport to the train station in New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport. He said the end of 2006, the New Delhi railway station has been completely changed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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