New Delhi airport joins the 50 million passengers club

The Indira Gandhi International Airport, still popularly called IGI by many, crossed 50 million passengers in calendar year 2016. The airport handled 55.64 million passengers and was 12th worldwide by passengers in November. It is an achievement which makes the country proud. The growth at Delhi is primarily fueled by National Carrier Air India which … Continue reading New Delhi airport joins the 50 million passengers club

TaxiBot starts trials at New Delhi International Airport

Last night Delhi International Airport (DIAL) conducted successful trials of TaxiBot vehicles with involvement of Jet Airways and Spicejet. VT-JGC from Jet Airways and VT-SPF from Spicejet were the two aircraft involved in the trial. Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and KSU Aviation Pvt. Ltd. had got into an agreement in July 2018 for operating TaxiBot … Continue reading TaxiBot starts trials at New Delhi International Airport

Delhi, Mumbai top ranked airports in the world in service quality

Airports Council International (ACI) – the trade association of the world’s airports, today announced the winners of 2017 Airport Service Quality (ASQ) awards. Eleven airports from India were recognised in different categories. Delhi & Mumbai were declared joint winners in the Over 40 million passenger’s category which saw a tie at second place between Beijing and … Continue reading Delhi, Mumbai top ranked airports in the world in service quality

Philippines Airlines puts New Delhi plans on hold

Philippines Airlines has put on hold its 4x weekly service to New Delhi from Manila. The news was first tweeted by Airlineroute on Friday. This comes just a month before the flights were to begin. Manila is one of the top 10 markets from New Delhi which is not served by a direct flight. The airli​​ne … Continue reading Philippines Airlines puts New Delhi plans on hold

Indian airports shine in Airports Council International (ACI) rankings

Airports Council International (ACI) World announced the winners of its Airport Service Quality Awards based on the opinion of the passengers. Seven airports from India have made it to the list in various categories this year. Last year, eleven airports from India were recognized in different categories. Delhi and Mumbai continued to top the “Over … Continue reading Indian airports shine in Airports Council International (ACI) rankings