Also called the Delhi Airport, the Indra Gandhi International Airport is the most important airport in New Delhi and serves as a major gateway to the rest of India. Many travelers into the country will stop here first before boarding a connecting flight to their ultimate destination. The airport has 35 different airlines offering service to just about any major city across the world. Visitors can enjoy the typical amenities such as restaurants and duty-free shops while waiting to board their plane, or take one of many means of ground transportation into the city.
Apart from its impressive service record, the Indra Gandhi International Airport also has something of a political and historical appeal as it will soon be privatized, marking a significant changeover in Indian politics. Once the airport is privatized, it will no longer be run by the government, but rather by private capitalist corporations, in the hopes that this will improve its standing among the world’s foremost airports even further.
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