Indian prime minister Marendra Modi has inaugurated the newly redeveloped terminal 1 of Indira Gandhi International Airport, the Times of India reports, with the airport now able to handle 100 million passengers a year across its three terminals. Speaking to assembled media, Modi added that he expected the airport to accommodate over 72 million passengers this year, surpassing the previous record high of 69.3 million travellers pre-Covid. The new terminal is among 15 of the airport projects inaugurated on the same day, with the prime minister also laying the foundation stone of three new terminal buildings at Kadapa, Hubballi and

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