###Car Hire at Indira Gandhi International Airport This information is correct as of June 2015
Delhi, or officially the National Capital Territory of Delhi, in the country of India offers history and culture like no other. Fly in via Indira Gandhi International Airport and travel around the territory through the car hire services provided from the airport.
###Where to hire a car at Indira Gandhi International Airport Indira Gandhi International Airport operates with Carzonrent as its main self drive, chauffeur drive, and limousine service provider from within the airport’s terminal. The car hire company can be reached at 1860-500-1212.
###What to expect when hiring a car from Indira Gandhi International Airport After getting a car hire, drive around and explore Delhi. Delhi has the highest road density and the highest number of registered vehicles in India. The city has a lot of public transportation options that make the roads congested. When driving around, some of the important roads within Delhi include the inner and outer ring road, the Delhi Noida Direct Flyway or DND Flyway, the Delhi Gurgaon Expressway, along with the Delhi Faridabad Skyway. Delhi is connected by road to a lot of parts throughout the country with the national highways that go through the city including National Highway 1, 2, 8, 10, and 24, or NH 1, NH 2, NH 8, NH 10; and NH 24. NH 1 can be found within Northern India and connects New Delhi to Attari in Punjab; NH 2 or Delhi-Kolkata Road goes through Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, and West Bengal; NH 8 links New Delhi with Mumbai; NH 10 goes from Delhi to the ends of Fazilka, in Punjab; lastly, NH 24 connects Delhi, to Uttar Pradesh.
###Driving around Indira Gandhi International Airport From Indira Gandhi International Airport, some of the major cities nearby include New Delhi, Delhi, and Faridabad, located out an estimated 11 to 25 kilometres from the airport. Highlighting Faridabad, the largest city within the state of Haryana in the Faridabad district, is approximately an hour from the airport. Driving to and from Faridabad, National Highway 2 or NH 2 goes through the city and serves as the city’s connection to the nearby states. Additionally, it is also easy to get to Gurgaon via Gurgaon-Faridabad Road. The city also features two bridges that connect the Greater Faridabad to Noida, and Greater Noida to the Kalindi Kunj Bypass Road Project. Also, there are future plans to add bridges over Yamuna, along with four bridges over the Agra Canal.
###Getting to your destination Heading out of Delhi, drive to these nearby destinations and see what they have to offer first-hand.
Located within the state of Haryana, Gurgaon is known as a leading financial and industrial city of India. Also known as Guru Gram or Guru Gaon, Gurgaon also has New Gurgaon which features a more planned infrastructure on top of modern facilities.
Getting to Gurgaon from Indira Gandhi International Airport can be done by driving down National Highway 8 or NH, from the airport’s Terminal 3 or T3 road and Rangpuri. For an additional 13.5 kilometres or 14 minutes, continue down NH 8 to reach Medicity, and then exit from NH 8. Go down Railway Road to reach Basai Road and get to your destination after another 1.9 kilometres, or around seven minutes. Total travel time to Gurgaon from the airport is around 25 minutes with traffic, 23 minutes without traffic, for a total distance of 19.0 kilometres.
Nangloi Jat, or Nangloi, works as a census town, and is home to the Jat clan. It is located within the West district of Delhi.
Nangloi Jat, or Nangloi, can be reached in 43 minutes from Indira Gandhi International Airport. Reach the destination by taking Thimayya Marg and Maude Road, to get to Mahatma Gandhi Marg/Ring Rd, in Cantonment, for approximately 16 minutes, or six kilometres. Down S Manohar Singh Marg/North Ave, turn left to get to NH 10 in North Avenue, and then drive down Kirari Road to reach your destination in Block A after one kilometre or four minutes.
Referred to as the ‘Gateway of Haryana’, Bahadurgarh is a city and a municipal council within Jhajjar. It is among the major cities within the country’s National Capital Region.
Bahadurgarh can be reached within more or less an hour from the airport. Go down Terminal 1C Arrival Road and Thimayya Marg to reach Palam Road in Sport View. From Dwarka Road, Road Number 201 and Azad Hind Fauj Marg, get to Ranaji Enclave in 13 kilometres or 25 minutes. Drive down Block D and from Najafgarh Bahadurgarh Road and NH 10, get to Arya Nagar, in Bahadurgarh after 23 minutes or 13.5 kilometres. Travel to Bahadurgarh in Sakti Nagar after 230 metres.