Igi Airport News
Air India claimed that three passengers had reported after the boarding gates were closed for a flight from Delhi airport even after their airport staff kept calling them to report before closure
Five flights were diverted before officials were able to drain out the water
The Safdarjung station of the meteorological department in the national capital recorded 94.7 mm of rainfall in the last 24 hours
During the last few weeks, the number of domestic air passengers per day have come from more than 2.2 lakh to around 75,000 right now, according to the Civil Aviation Ministry's data
Uber, Delhi Police integrate apps for live tracking of passenger ride for safe journey; drivers to be issued QR Cards
Uber and Delhi Police distributed over 1,000 Himmat QR Verification Cards to driver partners.
Delhi Metro launches free WiFi services inside trains on Airport Express Line; facility is first of its kind in South Asia
The 22.7-kilometres swankiest line on the Delhi Metro network has six stations, and eight trains ply on this corridor
Govt panel recommends to increase passenger service fee on domestic flyers by Rs 20 to clear CISF dues
Ranjan said the CISF has taken up this issue not only with the airport operators but also with the ministry of civil aviation and the home ministry.
Ahead of Independence Day, security beefed up at Delhi Metro, IGI airport; over 600 additional personnel deployed
While passengers in the Delhi Metro are being twice frisked before entering the metro stations, additional CISF quick reaction teams and flying squads have been deployed at select stations that witness a heavy footfall or are important from the security point of view.
Leaving table tennis players stranded at airport not just an insult to Indian sport but indicative of attitude towards athletes
The truly sad part of this grotesque incident is that there is no apology, no explanation on why a representation of a country was not given priority (a contingent of MPs on a junket would never have been offloaded), not even a tweet from Prime Minister Narendra Modi or Sushma Swaraj.
The GMR-group-run New Delhi airport jumped from 22nd rank in 2016 to 16th rank in 2017, solidifying its status as one of the fastest growing airports in the world for passenger traffic, as per the Airports Council International (ACI)
Jet Airways plane's right wing hits catering van at New Delhi's IGI airport, passengers and crew members safe
A Jet Airways plane, with 133 people on-board, hit a parked catering vehicle at the Delhi airport on Sunday night, officials said.
Air India's call centre in Delhi received a bomb threat call for their AI-020 Delhi-Kolkata flight, media reports said.
Even as a thick fog enveloped Delhi on Sunday morning and disrupted flight operations for over three hours, the weather office has predicted dense fog on Monday morning.
Lucknow airport affected after Saudi Arabian Airlines plane develops snag during take-off, six flights diverted
A major accident was averted on Wednesday when the pilot of a Saudi Airlines flight applied emergency brakes when the nose wheel developed a technical snag during the take-off
IndiGo assault incident exposes lack of flying etiquette in India; getting both sides of the story equally important
The ugly incident at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) in New Delhi where a passenger was beaten up by IndiGo staff is just another indication of the absence of flying etiquette in the country.
Dense smog hampered visibility at the Delhi airport this morning, affecting flight operations and leading to delays by up to two hours as only one of the three runways could be used.
A senior security officer said that due to some changes in the US rules, personal electronic devices have to undergo the electronic trace detection.
Indira Gandhi International Airport security was sent into a tizzy on Thursday after a suspicious object was found in the cargo of an Indigo flight, media reports said.
Flight operations were suspended for over half-an-hour at the international airport here on Sunday after a "drone-like object" was spotted in one of the runways
Bomb squads and canine teams were rushed in to check a suspected object that was recovered in the cargo hold area of the Delhi airport.