Crosses the 15,000 footfall mark for the first time in six months
Starting with a footfall of 4,000 commuters, the ridership in Reliance Airport Metro has grown four times in the last six months and crossed the 15,000 footfall mark for the first time since it became operational on 23rd February, 2011.
Sailing smooth: Delhi Metro Airport Express en route from IGI Airport
to New Delhi Railway Station in the Capital. File pic
Lalit Jalan, CEO, Reliance Infrastructure said, "We are happy that Reliance Airport Metro Express is gaining popularity among both local travellers as well as airport-bound travelers, which has reflected in the number of ridership. Currently, 70% of the commuters are airport bound, and the remaining are local travellers."
The 23 km-long, high-speed Reliance Airport Metro regularly launches various commuter-centric facilities, leading to increase in ridership. Check-in facility without baggage will be operational soon at Dhaula Kuan station. At present, check-in facility is available at New Delhi station and Shivaji Station (Connaught Place - Baba Kharak Singh Marg).