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Good couches and options after check in

by Aneki (August, 2015)


Reason for Stay: Connection between flights
Where: Airside
Pros: Plenty of options for sleeping
Cons: No beds ;)


I'm a solo female traveler and I've spent one night at the Delhi Airport waiting for a connection flight that was leaving at 5am. It is not true that you cannot get boarding passes for connecting flights outside of India (as I've read in another review). I was flying in from Thailand (and flying out to Abu Dhabi) and could get a boarding pass after checking in for my first flight (an internal one to Bangkok) as usual, so I didn't get out of the airside area. The area is HUGE and there are plenty of options: some couches in the shopping area (I guess that was the 3rd floor, near Mango and many fashion shops), some seats (with or without armrests) and PLENTY of carpeted areas, so you're guaranteed to find a quiet spot. If you have a basic camping mattress you are sorted. Being in the middle of the shopping area, the couch section can be n continued >>

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New Delhi Terminal 3

by web-administrator (January, 2015)


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(Guest Review) This is totally new airport in kept in mint condition. Tons of choice for Duty Free both at departure and arrivals. There are always attendants cleaning the bathroom right after you use it. Staff is friendly and courteous. Ample of choice for food starting from a Food Court style restaurant to a fine dining. Ample of bright lighting, net and clean carpet, ethnic decoration art effect. Automatic Walkways covering the length and breadth of the airport. Ample of space at immigration and huge space to stand in lines without being suffocated.

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New Delhi Airport Review

by web-administrator (March, 2015)


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(Guest Review) Fix the roof in baggage claim; having a poorly secured plastic tarp over the bag carousel worked wonderfully to collect the leaking rainwater and funnel it directly onto the baggage as it rotated on the carousel. What a goat rodeo!

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New Delhi Airport Review

by web-administrator (June, 2014)


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(Guest Review) The newly renovated airport has a great sleepability factor, since the security never presses you to get lost, areas are vast and not populated, it is secure, even Delhi Police recommends it for late night travellers to better stay overnight than to take a private cab or metro after 11 pm. Once a security personnel told me to be stay aay from the glass wall, while i was over the phone, but that was a security issue, I went away and sat over a broad and comfortable steel reclined bench and no issues from the security. Most important, the halls are completely carpeted and it absorbs most of the noise, so unlike the city Delhi, the airport is pretty calm and sleepable.

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New Delhi Airport

by web-administrator (October, 2014)


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)email submission from MRH) I believe you have missed out the awful conditions for transit passengers at New Delhi Airport. International pax who arrive late in the evening and have a next day flt, (say within 12 hours), will find that their airline counter is closed which means they are unable to get a boarding card. Without a boarding card - even if you've self-checked-in - security will not allow you to enter the departure lounge. So, if you don't want to pay a Visa fee of over US50 as well as taxi fares and hotel costs, you are have to spend the night in the Transit area. This consists of a bunch of very uncomfortable chairs with a coffee machine available. The airport claims that 'improvements' are in the works, but it has been this way since the airport opened. It is pretty bad.Many people come from Nepal etc and have to sit i continued >>

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