DEL

Terminal 3

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Restaurants

The domestic and international Departures areas each have their own food court. There are plenty of curry menus in the domestic area, alongside international fast food, Chinese food and Indian-made ice creams from Creme Bell. The Grid Bar serves alcohol and bar snacks. In the international food court, passengers will find burgers and Chinese/Thai options, as well as more curry houses. There are also numerous cafés, a sports bar-restaurant, an Irish pub serving local and international beers, an American bakery and an ice cream parlor.
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Shopping

Around 50 retail outlets in domestic Departures offer a great variety of shopping from toys to electronics and convenience stores. If you’re looking for international brands, names include Lacoste, Puma, Brooks Brothers, Hush Puppies, Benetton and Tommy Hilfiger. Well-known national retailers are also plentiful in this terminal with fashion, cosmetics and leather goods particularly well represented. India is known for its extravagant jewelry, and there are three national brands to choose from – Amrapali, Tanishq and Tribe Amarapali.

Luxury brands such as Armani Jeans, Hugo Boss and Michael Kors have outlets in the international area, and there are over 30 other shops selling cosmetics, toys, electronics, and fashion. If you’re looking for mementoes, there are five stores selling uniquely Indian products and gifts such as spices, essential oils, silver jewelry, pashmina shawls and tea.

The Cellar in both Domestic and International Departures stocks a wide range of labels – not just wines but liquor and beer as well, although duty-free shopping is available only in the international Departures area. A pre-order service is available with payment on collection; for details, see www.shopflydel.in.

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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baby care facilities
  • Baggage storage and lockers
  • Children's play area
  • Currency exchange
  • Information points
  • Medical services
  • Prayer room
  • Smoking rooms
  • Spa
  • Strollers
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Accessible phones
  • Wheelchair assistance
  • Please contact your airline at least 48 hours before traveling
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Restaurants

Eight food outlets can be found in the domestic Arrivals hall, serving coffee, Indian chai tea, sandwiches, local street food, bakery selections and express-serve momo (South Asian dumplings).

International passengers will also find a varied choice, from falafels and pizza, to low-fat smoothies and desserts.

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Shopping

Domestic Arrivals has good shopping, including an outlet of the famous British toy retailer Hamleys, as well as Indian stores Parcos perfumery and Haldriam’s snacks. Half a dozen other stores sell electronics, leather goods, sunglasses, travel accessories and everyday essentials. You’ll also find a pharmacy here.

International Arrivals has a florist & gift store, a WH Smith newsstand & convenience store and a pharmacy. The airport has duty-free space here selling the usual luxury items. Local SIM cards can be bought from one of the kiosks – set aside a bit of time as there's paperwork involved.

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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baggage storage and lockers (in the multistory parking lot, across from the terminal)
  • Currency exchange
  • Gaming area
  • Information points
  • Medical services
  • Showers
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Wheelchair assistance

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