Traveller’s can now take rest in ‘snooze cabins’ inside Terminal 3 at New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport. In order to avail this service, passengers need to pay Rs 315 or USD seven for an hour. The snooze cabins are equipped with a bed, working table, Wi-Fi facility, electric plugs, flat screen TV, DVD player and cell phone charging sockets.
Certain officials from Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) said that a passenger in transit or having some time to catch a flight can avail of the facility, and not worry about reservations in nearby hotels for early or late departures.
With its design, efficient space and integrated technology, best suited for passengers’ needs, these snooze cabins are yet another addition to the host of passenger- friendly facilities being provided by DIAL at T3. ‘Snooze cabins’, at IGI Airport’s T3, have been put up for the first time in the country.
These cabins are currently being provided at select airports across the world, including London Heathrow’s Terminal 4, Gatwick South Terminal, Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, Singapore’s Changi and China’s Hong Kong Airport.
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