Delhi’s Indira Gandhi Airport All Set With Designer Fountains, Sculptures To Welcome G20 Delegates

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
Delhi’s Indira Gandhi Airport All Set With Designer Fountains, Sculptures To Welcome G20 Delegates

Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), announced on Monday that the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport is all set to welcome dignitaries and delegates to the G20 Summit in the Capital. The terminals and the roads leading to them are decorated with many installations, and everything is looking simply perfect.

Delhi’s Indira Gandhi Airport All Set To Welcome Delegates

According to DIAL, IGI’s Terminal 3 (T3) prominently displays lit G20 emblems along with standees and cut-outs to disseminate Summit information.

Designer fountains, sculptures, ornamental flower pots, and enormous replicas of the G20 logo have been installed. This will brighten up the environment around the terminal. DIAL also intends to put on illumination using the nation’s colors.

The terminal’s master antenna TV systems are also broadcasting messages about the summit. To provide the necessary assistance for visitor facilitation, DIAL is already collaborating with other government agencies like the ministry of external affairs (MEA), the ministry of home affairs (MHA), and the Delhi government. 

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Flights Cancelled From September 8-10

Credits: G20 website

The extensive efforts seek to not only make the G20 delegates’ stay easier but also to make the airport’s grounds visually appealing and educational. 

The spokesperson added that big hoardings will also be seen around T3 to welcome and greet guests. This is both for their arrival and departure from the city. According to the spokesman, the airport approach road is now has beautiful fountains, which add to the area’s pleasant and friendly atmosphere.

Approximately 160 flights will be cancelled from September 8 to September 10 at the Delhi IGI airport. The reason is due to the national capital’s hosting of the G20 meeting, according to multiple media reports. IGI Airport comes under Delhi International Airport Ltd. (DIAL). It received requests to cancel 80 domestic flights from airlines for the G20 Summit event. The event is going to take place on September 9 and 10. Notably, international flights will be running normally. (As per Hindustan Times)

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