IndiGo Delhi Terminal 2 move on March 25

In mid-2017, Delhi Airport notified the three no-frill carriers (SpiceJet, GoAir and IndiGo) based out of Delhi’s Terminal 1, that on account of Terminal 1 being upgraded for future capacity, they would need to move one-third of their flights out of the terminal and relocate to Terminal 2.

The airport operator ordered all the carriers to move 30% of their flight operations to Delhi Terminal 2 by October 2017. Then, Indigo responded in the negative and SpiceJet said if everyone moves they will move as wellGoAir Delhi originating flights have moved to Terminal 2 already.

IndiGo did not want to give up without a fight. They took DIAL to court, where a single-judge bench ruled on December 20, 2017, that Delhi Airport had the rights to move them around since this was a safety issue. IndiGo further went ahead and appealed that decision rather than respect it in the Delhi High Court again. Eventually, the Supreme Court wasn’t happy intervening and the order worked out to DIAL’s favour.

Indigo Delhi Terminal 2

Yesterday, SpiceJet announced that their move to Terminal 2 with effect from March 25, 2018. Close after, IndiGo announced the details of their move to Terminal 2 with effect from March 25, 2018. IndiGo will operate flights from/to Delhi and the following airports from Terminal 2:

  • Bangalore
  • Srinagar
  • Visakhapatnam
  • Raipur
  • Bhubaneshwar
  • Chennai
  • Bagdogra
  • Vadodara
  • Amritsar
  • Udaipur

IndiGo will change the flight numbers of affected flights, prefixing them with 2 (4 digit flight numbers) to ensure that one can differentiate flights that will fly into Terminal 2 and Terminal 1. Here is IndiGo’s schedule of flights from Delhi Terminal 2.

The airline will, of course, notify all customers about the change in the coming days. But if you land up at Terminal 1, there will be buses every 10 minutes to take you to Terminal 2 anyways. Not just that, in case an IndiGo passenger misses the flight due to change in the terminal, they will be rebooked at no extra charge.

And yes, if you have a Priority Pass, there is indeed a lounge operational in Delhi Airport Terminal 2 now.

Have you flown to/from Terminal 2 yet? What has been your experience so far?

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