After the recent shutdown owing to the second wave of COVID-19, Delhi Airport is all set to reopen T2 once again for domestic flight operations! The flight operations will recommence with effect from Thursday, July 22 at 0001 hours.
After the Delhi Airport started witnessing gradual growth in passenger footfall post relaxation in lockdown, the terminal is finally prepared and happy to provide a safe and healthy environment to passengers!
Several measures have been implemented at the airport to ensure passenger safety without compromising their comfort and experience:
10 Scan & Fly and 3 CUSS kiosks will be available for passengers having done web check-in. Those who have not done the mandatory web-check in before arrival will be supported by assistance counters at the departure forecourt.
10 e-processing kiosks have been installed at the entry gates to establish a contactless process for entry to the terminal and security checkpoint. 10 e-boarding kiosks have been set up at the entry gates, 8 at the main security hold area, and 4 at the Express Check-in lane.
Passengers are requested not to use seats with yellow bands to ensure social distance. Queue managers would be deployed at boarding & bussing gates.
The arrival forecourt has been revamped with the pathway, connecting T2 and T3. Buggy services will be available for people with reduced mobility (PRM) and senior citizens. Social distancing and sanitization are encouraged and implemented through markings, seating arrangements, hand sanitizers at the exit, and additional queue managers at the kerbside, check-in halls, security check areas, and boarding gates.
Delhi airport assures its passengers that they would be in a safe and healthy environment, and will continue its awareness drive by educating and encouraging passengers to wear face masks and maintain social distance while at the airport. With all safety protocols in place, Terminal 2 is all set to fly!