Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport set it’s 102 meter tall Air Traffic Control Tower to operation. The ATC Tower was inaugurated by the Union Minister of Civil Aviation, Hardeep Singh Puri. This ATC Tower was built with the view to enhance safety, vigilance and improve the overall operations of India’s Capital.
This iconic tower can handle 33 tower and ground control positions and is suitable to facilitate 100 million passengers in a year. Everyday, the Delhi Air Traffic Control used to handle around 1200 flights on 3 runways but this new tower would further enhance the capacity if the airport to cater the ever growing demand. The existing ATC Tower of Delhi was 60 mtrs tall.