Indira Gandhi International Airport


Address: New Delhi, Delhi 110037, India
Phone: +91 124 337 6000
Location: 28.5561624 , 77.0999578

Reviews


One of the best airport. Very beautiful and properly managed. This one of busiest airport . Interior is well designed. Duty free shops are there. Many other shops like sweet, apparel stores, fashion accessories, Indian tea shops spa, lounges and many more.. Lots of food options along with bars available.
- vivek verma

best in life. The airport is very well maintained. Neat and Clean. Recliners in the waiting area give comfort to the passengers.The best airport in India. Very clean and neatly maintained. Lot of gates and there is vehicle inside a airport which runs frequently to drop you to the required gate. Really loved my visit and wish to go again. Lots of duty free shops and you can spend time in the airport itself if you got more layover time.
- Sunny Kumar

Very beautiful and well maintained airport of India. The structure is marvelous and we'll planed. it's spacious and lots of Gates are available. thousands of flight are arrival and departure at here. it's really big airport of India. Shopping mall, restaurant, rest area, Food Court, tea shop, cake shop, money exchange and much more. It's a number one airport in India. Proud for it.
- hardik mandalia

Great serene ambience. The best airport in India. Very clean and neatly maintained. Lot of gates and there is vehicle inside a airport which runs frequently to drop you to the required gate. Really loved my visit and wish to go again. Lots of duty free shops and you can spend time in the airport itself if you got more layover time.
- Kishore Kumar Munusamy

Indira Gandhi International Airport is one of the top 5 Airports of the world.It has 3 terminal buildings. The airport is very well maintained. Neat and Clean. Recliners in the waiting area give comfort to the passengers. Various pieces of sculptures add to the beauty of the airport. Many avenues for the shoppers. Multi-cuisine restaurants satisfy the appetite of the waiting passengers.
- Tanish Gupta