Fall In Passenger Traffic: Delhi Airport To Shut Operations At T2 Terminal
New Delhi: The Delhi international airport is going to shut operations at its T2 terminal due to the fall in passenger traffic amid the second wave of COVID-19 in the country, media reports said quoting PTI.
“From May 17 midnight, all flights will be handled at the T3 terminal only,” PTI quoted Delhi Airport as saying.
Currently, the Delhi airport is handling around 325 flights per day and before the pandemic, it used to handle over 1,500 flights daily, the report said.
During the last few weeks, the number of domestic air passengers per day has come down from more than 2.2 lakh to around 70,000, according to the Civil Aviation Ministry’s data.