In­dia’s Triple Crown – The sub­con­ti­nent’s air­ports are chang­ing. Plus new route news.

The sub­con­ti­nent’s eco­nomic boom has pushed its air­ports to launch rad­i­cal changes

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Not so long ago, In­dia was con­sid­ered a land of ele­phants and snake-charm­ers. Nowa­days, it’s known as the world’s big­gest democ­racy and home to ma­jor high tech in­dus­tries. With its new sta­tus and in­creased in­flux of visi­tors, there’s de­mand for the coun­try’s air­ports to step up their in­fra­struc­ture of­fer­ings – a far cry from the shabby and time-worn fa­cil­i­ties of yes­ter­year. To­day these air gate­ways are trans­form­ing into fu­tur­is­tic trans­port hubs.

The up­graded ter­mi­nals in Delhi and Hy­der­abad’s green­field air­port are proof that this re­newal is well un­der­way. And even the long-de­layed Nevi Mum­bai in­ter­na­tional air­port is inch­ing its way to com­ple­tion. Watch this space as an old or­der gives way to progress and ef­fi­ciency.

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