Jagmohan Garg speaks for budget airline flyers at IGI Airport’s domestic Terminal 1. IndiGo has told Delhi International Airport Private Ltd (DIAL) that it is ready to shift its domestic flights to the 1982-era built Terminal 2, which was mothballed in 2010 when T3 became operational.
Currently, IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir operate from T1. “We have told DIAL to shift us to Terminal 2 and make that an all-IndiGo terminal. We have also given them the option to keep us fully at Terminal 1 and shift all others to T2 as we are okay with both, but need all our domestic operations under one roof for the sake of passenger convenience,” said Jagmohan Garg.
Terminal 2 has been refurbished and can be made operational without much delay.
India’s largest low cost carrier (LCC) with over 40% market share in domestic travel, IndiGo had earlier made it clear to DIAL that it opposed splitting domestic flights between T1 and T2.