Japan Airlines passengers taking cheap flights to New Delhi could soon be arriving at a brand new terminal.

Those heading off on cheap flights to India could soon be arriving in the country at a different airport terminal than usual.Japan Airlines has announced plans to move its flight operations from Terminal 2 at Indira Gandi International Airport in New Delhi to the airport’s brand new Terminal 3.

The brand new terminal is certainly set to be impressive to those taking cheap flights to India. The new building boasts a surface area of some 120 acres and is designed to be a symbol of the rapid expansion of the Indian economy.

Currently, Japan Airlines flies three times a week direct between Tokyo’s Narita Airport and New Delhi. Anyone taking one of these flights after July 8th will arrive in India at the brand new terminal.

Taking cheap flights to India is a great holiday idea for those who love rich culture and fascinating history. The nation is a melting pot of world famous sites, such as the Taj Mahal, as well as modern bustling cities and ancient monuments.

Written by Ruth Norris

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