A free shuttle service will operate every 15 minutes between Terminal 1 and the revamped Terminal 2, which will reopen for operations on October 29, after seven years.

The bus-service will ensure that the passengers who arrive at the wrong terminal do not miss their flight. A dedicated vehicle for differently-abled individuals and pregnant women will also ply.

Signages are being put up at the airport premises and information is being displayed on screens at Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 to direct passengers to the right terminal.

This will follow the temporary moving of GoAir’s operations to Terminal 2 from October 29.

In August this year, Delhi airport asked low cost airlines to spilt their domestic operations between two terminals (Terminal 1D and Terminal 2) here. The move was opposed by the carriers including IndiGo Airlines that is not keen to operate out of Terminal 2. GoAir is the first low-cost airline that has agreed to shift its entire operations to Terminal 2.

IndiGo Airlines and SpiceJet have been given time until January 4 to decide on shifting their operations to T2.

This is a temporary move until the expansion works at Terminal 1 are complete. The capacity of Terminal 1 will be expanded from its current capacity of 20 million passenger to 40 million flyers a year.