Continuing with the motto of pioneering efforts that supports and boosts the aviation industry of the country, GMR led Delhi Airport has launched India's first exclusive General Aviation terminal facility for private jets. The terminal has been built with the aim to support the movement and processing of passengers flying through chartered flights from the airport. This new facility offers exclusive cityside car parking and convenient access from and to the city. The terminal is ready to cater to 150 Private Jet movements on a daily basis, including Code C type aircraft (which are 50-seater charter aircraft and the biggest in their category). Developed in the midst of the pandemic, the terminal complies with all safety and precautionary measures laid down by the Government of India.
A catalyst for the growth of the Indian Aviation Sector
With Delhi Airport's General Aviation Terminal, a long-standing demand of India's uber-rich to cater to their private jets has finally been fulfilled. The facility promises faster turnaround of business jets and chartered planes, saving them from the trouble of competing for taxiing slots with commercial flights in general passenger terminals. This development has paved way for the growth of the general aviation sector in the country. And with the support of more such high-end infrastructure, the general aviation industry will prosper and contribute to the Indian economy in many ways like increased connectivity, industrial trips, medical evacuations, tourism, etc.
A Generous Blend of Convenience, Comfort and Classic Experience
Considered a one-of-its-kind project successfully completed by GMR Airports, the terminal is also a significant embodiment of culture, technology and contemporary vision coming together in the company's projects. Keeping the design aspects aside, the terminal also guarantees the space and solitude that one might look forward to relax or get some work done before boarding the flight. Facilities for crew members and staff, such as restroom and briefing area, will also be available in this new Terminal.