Air India row: Aviation min to inspect IGI airport

Praful Patel
New Delhi, Nov 9: After the continuous complaints by the Air India passengers about delays and inconveniences at Delhi's new T3 terminal at Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport, Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel announced that he would inspect the airport on Nov 9.

Like other domestic airlines, Air India also decided to operate all its flights out of the new terminal by Nov 14.

Currently, about 11 domestic Air India flights are being handled out of T3. The others are still using the old domestic terminal.

With staff being required at both bases, passengers have complained about huge baggage delays, and of a shortage of Air India employees to help them out.

At least three flights of Air India were delayed by over 2 hours at Terminal 3 on Monday, Nov 8.

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