Indira Gandhi International Airport, which was awarded to a private consortium two years ago amid much hope and fanfare, has been pilloried by airlines and passengers alike. After the consortium took over, it was widely expected that radical changes would be forthcoming to address the problems of congestion and poor terminal facilities that plague most of the country's state-administered airports. But progress has been slow in a market that has seen some of the fastest air traffic growth in ...

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