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Free shuttle services between T1 and T2 at IGI from Sunday

NEW DELHI: The Delhi airport will be providing free shuttle services between its Terminal 1 (T1) and revamped Terminal 2 (T2), which will reopen for flights on Sunday after a seven-year gap.
Low-cost carrier GoAir will be shifting its entire operations to T2 at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport from October 29. The airport operator, Delhi International Airport Limited, had asked the airlines to shift some of its flights from T1 to allow expansion work.
Two other airlines that operate from T2 – IndiGo and SpiceJet – have been given time till January 4 to decide on relocating some of their flights. The bus-service aims at ensuring that GoAir passengers who arrive at the wrong terminal do not miss their flights. There will also be a dedicated vehicle for differently-abled passengers and pregnant women.
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