Airborne Innovation: Charting the Future of Aviation at the G20 Summit

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Delhi Airport Operator DIAL on Monday said it is working with different government departments, including the home ministry, to provide necessary support for facilitation of guests coming for the G20 Summit, which is scheduled to be held in the national capital on September 9 and 10.

A DIAL spokesperson said it has also formed a team of senior officials who will monitor G20 arrival and departure operations to ensure the best experience for the arriving delegates.

The Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) in the national capital is operated by the Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL), a consortium led by the GMR Group.

On Saturday, DIAL said it has received requests from airlines for cancellation of 80 departing and as many arriving domestic flights during three days from September 8 in connection with the G20 Summit.

According to the spokesperson, standees and cutouts have been positioned featuring information about the summit to provide valuable insights to passengers and measures have been taken to enhance the surrounding environment of the terminals, including installation of artistic designer fountains and sculptures, and decorative flowerpots along the adjacent roads.

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