New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport is located 23km (14 miles) southwest of central Delhi.
Dialling code: +91
Telephone: (0124) 337 6000.
How to get there
New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport is located just off National Highway 8, which leads from Delhi to Mumbai. Follow the highway southwards from the city centre and the airport is clearly signposted.
Delhi Metro’s (tel: (011) 2256 1231; www.delhimetrorail.com) recently extended Orange line connects directly with Terminal 3. The journey time to central New Delhi is 18 minutes, and the single fare is Rs150.
Express buses (route 4), operated by the Delhi Transport Corporation (www.dtc.nic.in), run from the arrivals areas of the terminals to central Delhi, 24 hours a day (journey time: 50 minutes, fare Rs50).
An air-conditioned coach service is available; bookings and information are available in the arrivals hall of Terminal 3.
Pre-paid taxi booths, located in the arrivals areas, issue vouchers for travel to the city; travellers should retain the receipt until reaching the desired destination and then hand it to the driver – avoid the many touts operating at the airport. Among the operators are Meru Cabs (tel: (011) 4422 4422; www.merucabs.com), Mega Cabs (tel: (011) 4141 4141; www.megacabs.com) and Easy Cabs (tel: (011) 4343 4343; www.easycabs.com). Metered taxis and auto rickshaws are also available.
Short- and long-term car parking is available at each terminal. The large multi-storey car park at Terminal 3 can house more than 4,000 cars and also offers space for motorcycles. The car park at Terminal 1 is just 100m (109 yards) from the terminal complex.
Lufthansa at the airport
At the airport
A Lufthansa information desk is located in terminal 3.
For more information about Lufthansa at the airport, visit http://www.LH.com/At-the-airport
You can relax, take forty winks or get down to some work before your next flight in the Lufthansa and Star Alliance partner lounges at all major international airports.
To the loungefinder