Gandhi International Airport

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Air India Fleet - History - Financial Unrest
1 March 2009, Air India had made Frankfurt Airport at Frankfurt am Main as its international hub for onward connections to United States from India however, the airline ... announced their intention to make the new terminal 3 at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport the hub for international and domestic operations with the plans of starting new direct flights to Chicago (USA ... The airline also plans to open a new hub for its international flights at UAE's Dubai International Airport ...
Safdarjung Airport - History - Post-independence
... Safdarjung, after the Safdarjung's Tomb which serves as a backdrop to the airport ... It served as Delhi's main airport for over two decades, until a new site was chosen in west Delhi, known as Palam, then on city's outskirts, giving its Palam Airport ... Palam Airport, started as RAF Station Palam, during around the World War II, is now much enlarged and known as Indira Gandhi International Airport, where the passenger operations were shifted in 1962 due to an ...
Rajiv Gandhi International Airport
... Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (IATA HYD, ICAO VOHS) also known as Hyderabad International Airport, is an international airport near Shamshabad, about 22 km (14 ... The airport is named after former Prime Minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi ... It replaced the former international airport of the city, Begumpet Airport ...

Famous quotes containing the words airport and/or gandhi:

    Airplanes are invariably scheduled to depart at such times as 7:54, 9:21 or 11:37. This extreme specificity has the effect on the novice of instilling in him the twin beliefs that he will be arriving at 10:08, 1:43 or 4:22, and that he should get to the airport on time. These beliefs are not only erroneous but actually unhealthy.
    Fran Lebowitz (b. 1950)

    There exists no politician in India daring enough to attempt to explain to the masses that cows can be eaten.
    —Indira Gandhi (1917–1984)