Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA), New Delhi, India


IGIA is India's first airport brownfield PPP project.  The joint venture company incorporated by Airports Authority of India (AAI), GMR Group (GMR), Fraport and Malaysia Airports was awarded the concession to operate, manage and develop IGIA in 2006. The concession period is for the period of 30 years with a further option to extend the concession by another 30 years. Besides upgrading of the existing terminals, the consortium commissioned the new runway of 4.4 kilometer in year 2008.


The new domestic terminal (Terminal 1) was inaugurated in 2009, which will increase the capacity of domestic departures to 10. In year 2010, the construction of integrated passenger terminal (Terminal 3) was completed and has the capacity to handle an additional 34. IGIA was named the Best Improved Airport in the Asia Pacific Region by Airport Council International in year 2010.


Terminal size 540,000 sqm
Passenger per annum capacity   60 million
Check-in counter    160 check-in counters
No of runways 3
Runway length   4.1 km, 3.8 km, 4.5 km
No of passenger boarding bridge 78
No of aircraft stands       55 contacts and 16 remote stands
Annual cargo capacity    50,000 tonnes