Indira Gandhi (Delhi) International Airport

Traveling to and from Indira Gandhi (Delhi) International Airport

On this page, you will find the information you need to easily make your way through Indira Gandhi International Airport to your destination.

Guide to India’s Indira Gandhi (Delhi) International Airport

Arrival and departure terminal maps and other information for navigating India’s Indira Gandhi International Airport.

Arrival Terminal

Arrival map of Delhi airport
Airport Map Information

ANA-operated flights will arrive at Terminal 3 of Delhi Airport.

  • Please present your passport and Immigration Card.
  • Those who do not carry an Indian passport (including people of Japanese nationality) must present the Immigration Card.
  • Business Class passengers are eligible for fast track Immigration. Look for the First/Business Class signs at two counters.
  • For information around visas, please visit the Special Guidance section on this page.

Customers with goods to declare must turn in their Customs Declaration forms.

Departure Terminal

Departure map of Delhi airport
Terminal Access
  • Only the passengers boarding flights can enter the international terminal.
    • * If your child/children are travelling alone and/or you are sending off/picking up a customer using ANA airport support, please be aware that you cannot enter the terminal.
    • Please confirm with us in advance the point where you will send off/pick up. Please contact us for further details.
  • Passengers cannot enter the terminal earlier than four hours before flight departure time.
  • At the entrance of the terminal, all passengers are asked to present the boarding pass with flight number of the day printed, Electronic Ticket Itinerary/Receipt and the passport. Any relevant reservation changes (such as rebooking) are required beforehand.
    • In the case of an e-ticket, please print and bring the Electronic Ticket Itinerary/Receipt with the updated departing date.
Carry-On Baggage
  • ANA-stamped tags will be given to every passenger at check-in—one tag for each carry-on.
  • After security check, the security staff will put a stamp on the boarding pass and carry-on baggage to indicate inspection was completed.
    • Although goods purchased in duty-free shops in the waiting room do not need tags or stamps, please show the receipt at the security check upon boarding.
  • During the security check, any baggage without stamps will be checked again for security.

Note: The MacBook Pro15 is not allowed on any flights traveling from India, as per the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA/INDIA). The MacBook Pro15 contains a battery that may overheat and was recalled due to the potential fire hazard. The laptop was primarily sold between September 2015 and February 2017. Any passengers who own this laptop are kindly requested to make alternative arrangements. For more details, please visit the Directorate General of Civil Aviation website.

  • Please present your passport and boarding pass.
  • Passengers who are of foreign nationality (including Japanese nationality) are not required to submit Immigration Cards.
Fast Track Security Screening

Fast track Immigration is available at two counters for First and Business Class passengers.


Connecting from ANA to Other Airlines (India Domestic Flights)
  • Drop your check-in baggage at Domestic Transit Counter (AI/9W only).
  • Passengers who transfer to AI/9W/UK flight, please proceed to the domestic departure counter on the 4th floor in the same terminal.
  • Passengers who transfer to SG/6E/G8 flight, please proceed to the domestic terminal by taxi (paid service).
Connecting from ANA to Other Airlines (India Domestic Flights)
  • Please pass through Immigration, pick up your baggage and go through Customs.
  • Then confirm the departure terminal for your connecting flight and proceed to the boarding gate.
Connecting from ANA to Other Airlines (International Flights)
  • If you’ve already checked in to your connecting flight, go through the transfer security checkpoint and proceed to the boarding gate for the connecting flight.
  • If you have not checked in for the connecting flight, please check in at the transfer counter and proceed to the boarding gate.
Connecting From Oher Airlines to ANA (International Flights)
  • If you have an ANA flight boarding pass, go through the connecting security check and proceed to the boarding gate of ANA flight.
  • If you don’t have an ANA flight boarding pass, please complete check-in at the international connecting counter and then proceed to the boarding gate.
Passengers connecting from other airlines to ANA (Domestic Flights)
  • If you have an ANA boarding pass, go through the Immigration and security check, then proceed to the boarding gate.
  • If you do not have an ANA boarding pass, please proceed to the ANA check-in counter.

Instructions for Indira Gandhi (Delhi) International Airport

Transit Visa

Passengers who would like to travel to a third country via India will require a transit visa. Up to 2 transfers are permitted within the 3-month validity period, with a maximum stay of 3 days in each Indian city.

Tourist Visa

If a passenger holding a tourist visa departs India within the 6-month validity period, re-entry into India shall not be permitted for 2 months. If a passenger want to re-enter within 2 months he must make a special application. A variety of visas are provided for India, depending on the frequency, duration and purpose of visits. Please confirm the type of visa that corresponds with your itinerary and purpose of visit. Note: Visa information is continually being updated. For the latest information, please visit the  India Visa Application Center.

Tourist Visa on Arrival

The Indian government has introduced an electronic tourist visa issuing system—Tourist Visa on Arrival (TVoA) enabled with Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA).

Passengers wishing to use the electronic tourist visa issuing system must apply via the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs at least 4 days prior to entering in India. Note: The TVoA application process for Japanese would take more than one or two hours. We strongly recommend you leave enough time to board your outbound connection flight.