The Delhi Metro links the Delhi Airport and New Delhi, which has now driven our National Capital to the league of global cities that have high-speed rail connectivity. A high-speed rail has been launched to connect Central Delhi with the Delhi Airport.
Beginning at Dwarka Sector 21 and travelling right up to the New Delhi Railway Station, this "Orange Line" is operated by Delhi Metro.
Running 15.7 kms underground and 7 kms on an elevated rail at 80 kmph, the Airport Express Line connects some of the most prominent points within New Delhi. With a travel time of fewer than 25 minutes from one end to the other, the Delhi Metro Airport Express Line literally brings the Airport closer to the heart of the city.
Departure Schedule of first and last train from New Delhi and Dwarka Sector 21
|First Train ( on all days) at 4:45 AM and last train at 11:30 PM.|
|First Train ( on all days) at 4:45 AM and last train at 11:15 PM.|
Passengers can get tokens or smart card from the ticket counters at the station. In order to avoid long queues at the ticketing counter, the option of an automatic ticket issuing machine (TIM) is also available at T3 domestic and international arrivals and outside T1 Arrivals.
Minimum and Maximum Fare: INR 10/- and INR 60/-
This facility is available at New Delhi station from 06:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
For any queries related to Airport Express Line, please contact the 24 hrs Helpline number 155370.
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Buses are the most common way to travel around the city. Delhi boasts of the World's largest CNG powered bus networks. This is to curb the pollution in the National Capital.
The corporation runs shuttle services at regular intervals (every 30 minutes) connecting the airport to the central parts of Delhi including Connaught Place & Interstate Bus Terminal.
All buses plying towards Terminal 3 halt at a 'staging area' located opposite Centaur Hotel. From this area to the Airport Terminal, Delhi Airport allocates a shuttle bus, every 15 minutes. For the convenience of our passengers, this service runs 24/7.
Regular bus services are available from inter-state bus terminals in the city. The services are extended to all the northern states and neighbouring areas of Delhi. Services are also provided by state transport corporations and several private operators. The inter-state terminals in the city are located at:
The DTC (Delhi Transport Corporation has deployed a fairly large fleet of environment-friendly buses in different categories viz. Air-conditioned, Non-Air-conditioned covering all parts of Delhi.
One can approach the bus conductor for any help or during emergencies. For more details visit http://dtc.nic.in/
Step outside the terminal and be greeted by the newly introduced postpaid radio taxi service at the airport.
In order to cater to the needs of the passengers, Delhi Airport has partnered with the following Cab operators:
WTi cabs is one of the largest integrated ground transportation solutions company in India with diversified portfolios managed by seasoned professionals established in 2009, offering services to all Domestic & international Travellers with a wide range of vehicles like Honda Accord, Fortuner, Innova Crysta & other Sedans /SUVs available at the Airport for our esteemed customers 24/7.
Located at T2 Arrivals, T3 Domestic Arrivals, T3 International Arrivals.
WTi Cabs can be contacted at :
Carzonrent India Pvt Ltd is India's foremost personal ground transportation service provider today, offering a complete bouquet of end-to-end long and short term car rental solutions through its fleet of 6300 cars across the country.
The company also offers self-drive services and other options to its customers. These services are offered from its airport and city center locations in all major cities.
Meru Cabs offers services at Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Mumbai airports. The fleet includes Esteems, Logans & Indigos.
Located at T3, T2 & T1 Terminal.
Meru Cabs can be contacted at +91 4422 4422
Mega Cabs pioneered the concept of Radio Taxis in India and services various parts of the country; including Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Chandigarh and Amritsar. It offers a brand new fleet of cabs to its esteemed patrons in Delhi.
Located at T3 International Airport arrivals (both International & Domestic Terminals).
Delhi Airport through its partner Sakha Cabs, has launched taxi service for its women passenger and their families from terminal 3. Key highlights are :
This helps provide safe environment for women passenger along with employment opportunity for women.
Further details are available at the counter for information and booking.
Contact Sakha Cabs at +91 9999 193 004 or +91 9278 708 888
Delhi, the National Capital of India, is well connected by railway lines.
New Delhi Railway Station has secured a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the world's largest Route Relay Interlocking System. Delhi is connected to all the cities directly.
Railway bookings can be made directly through https://www.irctc.co.in/nget/ or visiting the Booking Centers.
Leave your car with us while you travel.
A safe and secure parking facility is available for visitors and frequent fliers, at all our terminals. The parking lot at Delhi Airport offers ample parking facility. You can also book your parking slot online.
Check with the parking section located at every terminal.