For those who prefer time over budget, visiting Delhi by air is the most convenient and ideal way to reach the city. In the western part of the city, Indira Gandhi International Airport - one of the world’s busiest airports, connects travellers from various national as well as international destinations with Delhi through regular flights. The airport boasts a great connectivity with almost every major city of the country. Not just this, Indira Gandhi Airport is also touted as one of the biggest and the major airports of India with various high-class facilities including shopping centres, cafeteria, coffee shops, duty-free shops, and cyber cafes as well. For a brief, the airport is classified into two terminals, Terminal 1D (T1) and Terminal 3 (T3). Terminal 1D is a domestic airport from where domestic flights of some low-cost airlines like Spicejet, IndiGo, and Go Air ply to different domestic destinations.
The airport conveniently connects the city with other major domestic cities like Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Raipur, Bangalore, Kolkata, and Chandigarh by providing travellers with the option of direct flights to these destinations. On the other hand, the Terminal 3 airport is an international airhead from where various international airlines operate to various international flights. From Delhi, you can get the non-stop flights to various international destinations like Dubai, London, Bangkok, Singapore, Colombo, and New York. If you want cut-off your journey time to like really short then the airway is the best way to reach Delhi.