A new breed of air-to to ground flight has been launched, as the capital tries to avoid a repeat of a crisis that has seen more than 200,000 people stranded in the capital for over a week.
Air- to-ground flight is not allowed in New Delhi.
While the airport has limited capacity, it has the capacity to handle the passengers.
Air-to ground is the use of planes that fly on the ground and use the runway to land.
This was a first step in the city’s attempt to control the number of flights in and out of the city, said Anil Gopal, managing director of the company that runs the airport.
The company has more than 40 planes flying in and around the city.
He said he had been approached by airlines interested in setting up flights, which could then fly to other airports in the state.
He said that once the airlines get the go-ahead, they would have to start accepting passengers and would also have to register a flight.
Airports are the main gateway to the country, and the airport is used by a third of India’s 1.2 billion people.
Air India, India’s largest airline, is currently flying its first to Delhi from a runway in Bangalore.