On Wednesday morning, travelers moved without difficulty through all of Terminal 3’s entry gates at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport. The average wait time was now under five minutes.
Both Indigo and Air India asked customers to come three and a half hours before the flight in travel advisories they both issued on Tuesday. For a quick security check, both airlines advised customers to only bring one piece of cabin luggage.
The Delhi airport is experiencing an increase in customers, according to the airlines, which is taking longer for boarding and check-in. For domestic flights, passengers must arrive 3.5 hours in advance, while for international flights, they must arrive 4 hours in advance. They should also only bring one cabin bag for the security check.
The Delhi Airport advised using Digi Yatra for a better experience. And no T3 gate has a wait time of more than five minutes.
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In light of the massive throng at the Delhi airport, this warning has been given. On social media, travelers documented the lengthy lines and large crowds at the airport. On Monday, the authorities developed a fresh strategy in response. Jyotiraditya Scindia, the minister of civil aviation, arrived at Terminal 3 after the action plan to survey the setup.
In the meanwhile, the Ministry of Civil Aviation has sent a letter to all airlines on airport congestion, requesting that they provide real-time information on their social media pages regarding the wait times at certain airport entrance gates to help customers avoid difficulties.
In order to reduce congestion at airports and ensure smooth passenger flow, the ministry advised airlines to pre-deploy all check-in counters with adequate staff.
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