Travelling via the Delhi airport is a challenge we all have to face. Once you cross the check-in counters everything is smooth sailing, but reaching the airport on time and standing in long queues for the check-in is a real struggle. The unforgiving Delhi traffic is always ready to make us late, no matter how soon we try to reach the airport.

To make life easier for people who travel via the Terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi metro station has added 3 more airlines to its 'check-in' service.

What's the update?

To make the check-in process simpler and less complicated for passengers who are travelling via the T3 terminal of Delhi airport, New Delhi Metro station has started a check-in service for three more airlines. These three airlines are the newest addition to the existing check-in services which were previously available for Vistara and Air India.

The check-in service is available for passengers travelling on the domestic and international flights that leave from terminal T3 of IGI airport. According to a statement by Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), the services will only be available for GoAir's international flights.

How will it help?

With the new service passengers will be able to do a metro check-in for their flights two to 12 hours prior to their flight time. It is also noteworthy that people who reach the check-in counter less than 2 hours before their scheduled flight time, would not be able to check-in at the metro station.

Passengers will be able to collect their boarding passes from the check-in counters set-up near the entrance of New Delhi Metro station.

Knock Knock

The new check-in service available at the metro stations will not only help people cut the usual queues at the airport but will also prove to be exceptionally helpful for those who choose to travel via the metro express line. So if you have a flight leaving from terminal T3 of GoAir, SpiceJet, AirAsia, Vistara or Air India, you can check-in early at the New Delhi Metro station.

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