Not In Town | @notintownlive | 21 Aug 2019
New Delhi: Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport has come up with a plan to make hassle-free journey for all passengers who can now save time.
The Delhi Airport has asked all those passengers taking domestic flights to go through the Express Check-in facility at Terminal 2.
However, the facility can only be availed by passengers who are not having any check-in baggage.
After printing the boarding pass, the passengers can move towards Express Check-in facility and move over to the security check.
"Travelling from T2 without check-in baggage? Now enjoy fast and hassle-free boarding! Just print your boarding pass from the self-check in kiosks, take the dedicated Express Check-in corridor and you are done with Security Check in a jiffy! #DelhiAirport #ExpressCheckIn" Delhi Airport said in a tweet.
Travelling from T2 without check-in baggage? Now enjoy fast and hassle-free boarding! Just print your boarding pass from the self-check in kiosks, take the dedicated Express Check-in corridor and you are done with Security Check in a jiffy! #DelhiAirport #ExpressCheckIn pic.twitter.com/1x6alUUqRX— Delhi Airport (@DelhiAirport) August 16, 2019
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