Good news for frequent flyers, Indira Gandhi International Airport's Terminal 1 may be connected with Magenta Line with a subway
Good news for frequent flyers, Indira Gandhi International Airport's Terminal 1 may be connected with Magenta Line with a subway with travelators (moving walkway) by July
Delhi Metro is known for its ease and accessibility; the lifeline of our country's capital has been lauded time and again for its efforts to make life simpler for people. In another of its wonderful move the metro corporation has decided to give frequent flyers and metro commuters a gift by introducing a subway to IGI Airport T1.
The subway will not only help commuters avoid the busy road and help them reach the airport a little faster it will also make the commute less cumbersome with its travelators. The Magenta Line metro is expected to be connected with the terminal 1 of the airport.
The 400m long subway will connect the metro at both arrival and departure terminals of the airport, this will make sure that passenger can leave and enter the terminal directly from the metro. To facilitate an ease in the commute of passengers the subway will also be equipped with lifts and escalators.
The subway will make it easier for people with luggage to enter the airport without tiring themselves out or wasting precious time.
When will it complete?
The construction work has been reported to have reached completion and the subway is expected to be open for public sometime in July.
The completion of the subway will make travelling to the airport an exceptionally smooth affair, especially for those who choose metro as their preferred mean. Not just that, the subway will become the first in the country to have travelators (moving walkway)