With the Delhi airport operator asking them to partially shift their operations from terminal 1, IndiGo has written to competitor SpiceJet listing out options and seeking its support to resolve the issues.
The no-frills carrier has proposed that SpiceJet and GoAir shift their entire operations from terminal 1 (T1) to terminal 2 (T2), as per a letter written by IndiGo President Aditya Ghosh to SpiceJet CMD Ajay Singh.
IndiGo, which has expressed unwillingness to comply with the proposal, has also suggested that the airport operator DIAL should look at re-organising operations of all airlines so that each can run complete operations from one terminal.
Currently, flights operate from T1 and terminal 3 (T3).
"DIAL should permit IndiGo to continue to run its entire operation out of T1 and move the entire operations of SpiceJet and Go Air to T2. We believe that T2 has adequate capacity to accommodate all passengers of SpiceJet as well as of Go Air," the letter said.
Ghosh, who is also a Whole Time Director, said the airline was willing to shift all its operations to T2 if "a solution can be found for...adequate night parking bays", adding that T2 capacity is not adequate to accommodate all of IndiGo's passengers.
Faced with capacity constraints, Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL) has asked IndiGo and SpiceJet to shift part of their operations from T1 to T2 -- a proposal which has not found favour with the airlines.
Against this backdrop, Ghosh has suggested that entire operations of SpiceJet and GoAir could be shifted to T2 for such period of time till that terminal has adequate infrastructure for IndiGo, as per the contents of the letter seen by
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