The T-3 is fully functional and now to add another feather on its cap, the Indira Gandhi International Airport saw its first Emirates Airbus A 380, the largest aircraft in the world, taxi into its runways.
T3 has a capacity to handle 34 million passengers per annum and will be fully operational from July 28, 2010.
The Emirates Airbus A 380, flight EK 516 that arrived from Dubai, was received with a welcoming water cannon salute as it carried in its passengers. The T-3, large enough to hold 9 such aircrafts, is said to be better equipped than the Heathrow airport.
The 4 storey tall plane boasts amenities such as television with over a thousand channels, spas, mini bars, great many choices of food and drink and personal satellite phone fitted to each seat. Emirates' A 380 has given flying a whole new definition.