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Indigo issues travel advisory for passengers amid chaos at Delhi airport

For the last 15 days, passengers are facing problems due to heavy rush at the IGI Airport in the national capital Delhi. In view of this, Indigo Airlines has issued an advisory for the passengers and appealed to the passengers to reach the airport soon.

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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New Delhi: Passengers are facing trouble due to heavy rush at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI Airport) located in the national capital Delhi. In view of this, Indigo Airlines has appealed to the domestic flight passengers to reach the airport 3.5 hours before the flight time to avoid any kind of hassle. Indigo has given information by issuing advisory in this regard.

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Indigo’s advisory states that passengers will be able to carry only one bag with them, the weight of which does not exceed 7 kg, this will make it easier for the security personnel to check. Along with this, an appeal has also been made in the advisory to ensure that the web check-in of the passengers is already done, this will be of great relief.

Apart from this, passengers have been advised to use gate number 5 and 6 for entry in Terminal-3 of Delhi Airport. This has been said because these gates are closer to the Indigo check-in counters.

“Please ensure that you complete your web check-in, for added convenience. Please use gate numbers 5 and 6 for entry at Delhi Airport, Terminal 3, as these are nearest to the IndiGo check-in counters,” it added.

For the past few days, passengers have been sharing their ordeal on Twitter regarding the chaotic scenes at the Delhi airport, with many posting pictures of long queues at security checkpoints.

Here are some of the posts in which the travellers have shared their hassle-filled experience.

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