The Delhi Airport Metro Express Line is the express metro connection between Indira Gandhi International Airport - Terminal 3 and downtown Delhi, similar to the metro link between Hong Kong International Airport and the city. The City Check-in (CCI) as a value-added service is being introduced to the Airport Metro Express Line‘s (AMEL) at the three City Airport Terminals (CAT)- namely New Delhi Station and Shivaji Stadium Stations with check-in baggage and Dhaula Kuan Station without check-in baggage.
A special CCI identification label and baggage tag will also be put on guest boarding passes and check-in bags respectively. Jet Airways will accept passengers and baggage not earlier than 6 hours and not later than 2 hours and 30 minutes before the scheduled departure of its flights.
Guests using this facility, however, must report at the Jet Airways Terminal 3 Domestic departure Gates 30 minutes before departure. Baggage will accordingly reach the Indira Gandhi Terminal 3 baggage conveyor belt area. All baggage rules as followed presently at the Indira Gandhi International Airport will continue at the check-in facilities at the Metro stations.
Mr. Sudheer Raghavan, Chief Commercial Officer, Jet Airways (I) Ltd: said, “Jet Airways is pleased to announce the commencement of its city check-in services at three DAMEPL terminals, effective June 10, 2011.The airline's guests in Delhi using the city's efficient Metro service may now check-in for their flights at the Metro airport terminals itself, ensuring a more comfortable, seamless and convenient travel experience for its guests."
Jet Airways will also introduce Metro express line city check-ins for its international services from Delhi on the receipt of the requisite clearances from regulatory authorities.
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