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
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.