Car Hire Delhi - Indira Gandhi International Airport

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Indira Gandhi International Airport is located 10 miles southwest of the centre of the city of New Delhi and is the busiest airport in India and the largest in South Asia. The airport is able to handle more than 46 million passengers annually and expects to handle more than 100million by 2030. The airport had a total of 6 terminals, Terminal 1 having been recently refurbished but will be torn down in the future when newer terminals scheduled for construction are completed. Terminal 1C and Terminal 1D are where domestic flights are handled. International flights are handled from the new Terminal 3 which is capable of dealing with 34million passengers.

Once you receive your booking confirmation via email you will need to print it off as it will give you details of when and where to collect your hire car. The airport arrivals area is a great place for car rental Dehli, the arrivals desks are easy to find and the pick up should be quick and effecient. Your Dehli car rental will often have a road map and list of tourist destinations to help you make the most of your rental car.

About Delhi Airport

Dehli Airport has fantastic passenger facilities. There are numerous shops and duty free outlets. Restaurants include those for fine dining as well as more relaxed café style outlets. There are coffee shops and ice cream bars. There are various lounges for passengers to enjoy and the airport also offers massage and nap rooms with a spa area for those looking for some extra peace and quiet whilst at the airport.

Tourist Info

Delhi, in northern India is its second highest populated city with a population of just below 17,000,000. Almost 22.2 million people live in the greater National Capital Region urban area in cities such as Greater Noida, Ghaziabad and Faridabad. New Delhi, established in the 1920’s, is the capital city of India, lying to the south of the old city of Delhi and is the home of India’s most important federal buildings including the Parliament. Most of Delhi is located on the western banks of the river Yamuna. The suburbs of Delhi are separated by the river and accessed via roads, railway connections and the Metro.

Much of Delhi’s fantastically grand architecture stems from its time under British control including India Gate, and Parliament House, North and South Block, however it also has some stunning examples of more modern designs such as the Lotus Temple constructed from the hard work of the followers of the Bahai faith. This temple is built in the shape of a blooming lotus. Another example of a newly built temple is the Akshardham Temple on the banks of the Yamuna River where you can also find the Common Wealth Games village. Delhi is a great location for museums and galleries. The National Museum, at offers visitors a glimpse into India’s historical past from ancient times through to the medieval ages. The railway has played a very important part in the lives of most Indians and the National Rail Museum is full of interesting and important items covering its 150-year-old history.

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