Delhi airport extends support to Kashmir flood victims

 In its ongoing efforts to provide assistance to the flood hit victims of Jammu and Kashmir, the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) here has dispatched the first lot of six high power, sophisticated de-watering pumps to the state.

DIAL sends six high-powered water pumps to J&K

Lending their hand to relief operations in Jammu and Kashmir, Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) has sent six high-powered, sophisticated water pumps to the state to help authorities in draining out the accumulated flood water.

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29 cases of security breach at major airports since 2011: Govt

There have been 29 cases of security breach at major airports from 2011 till last month, though the number has been on the decline, Lok Sabha was informed on Wednesday.

When Richa Chadha was detained at Delhi airport

Richa Chadda was recently stopped and interrogated at the airport here on her way back to Mumbai as the security and airport officials found something suspicious in her luggage.

Security beefed up in Delhi airport

Security at both terminals of the Indira Gandhi International Airport Monday has been beefed up following a terrorist attack on Jinnah International Airport i Karachi, Pakistan, Sunday night.

Israeli diplomats booked for assaulting Delhi airport official

Three Israeli diplomats were booked for slapping and thrashing an immigration official at the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport here, police said.

Narendra Modi alleges conspiracy in chopper delay, BJP complains to EC

The Bharatiya Janata Party has lodged a complaint with Election Commission alleging that there was a delay in providing prompt permission to the chopper of its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi to fly from Delhi airport on Tuesday.

Dense fog delays several flights at Delhi airport

Flight schedules were thrown off gear in the national capital early on Monday as dense fog engulfed the city.

S African woman held with party drug worth Rs 12 cr at airport

A South African woman has been arrested at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here for allegedly trying to smuggle out of the country party drug Methaqualone worth about Rs 12 crore.

Delhi airport taxi union cannot monopolise services: Court

A Delhi court has come down heavily on a taxi union at the IGI Airport here saying it cannot be permitted to monopolise services or harass taxi pliers.

SpiceJet to pay Rs 28K for failing to take care of luggage

Budget carrier SpiceJet has been directed by a consumer forum here to pay a compensation of Rs 28,000 to a couple for failing to take care of their luggage, which was damaged and tampered with while in transit.

Waterlogging at Delhi airport affects passenger movement

Heavy rains in the national capital today led to waterlogging in the airport here, affecting passenger movement.

Man acquitted of charge of molesting air hostess

A man, accused of misbehaving with an air hostess in a Delhi-bound flight of Thai Airways in 2004, has been acquitted by a court here due to lack of evidence against him.

Airport check may include removal of shoes, belts

The Bureau of Civil Aviation Security is gearing up to implement a similar security apparatus at the Delhi airport.

Flight operations normal at IGI airport

Flight operations at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here largely remained normal on Saturday, even as the area witnessed shallow fog.

Delhi airport registers record flight movement in an hour

The Indira Gandhi International Airport has handled a record 73 number of flight movements in the country in an hour on a particular day.

Flight operations normal at IGI Airport

After three days of dense fog, operations at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here remained largely normal on Wednesday.

‘CAG report on coal blocks to be tabled in current session`

The much awaited CAG reports on allocation of coal blocks and GMR-run Delhi Airport will be tabled in Parliament during the current session.

Delhi airport operations not hit by grid collapse

Flight operations at Delhi airport remained unaffected on Tuesday even as power supply was snapped for 2nd day following collapse of Northern Grid.