delhi_airport_train.jpgThe Rs 57 billion ($US 1.26 billion) public-private partnership project has been completed in 27 months. Delhi Metro Rail Corp was responsible for civil works, while a consortium of Reliance Infra, India, and CAF, Spain equipped the railway and will operate it for 30 years under a revenue-sharing scheme. This is the first time a private consortium has operated an urban railway in India.

Three stations have check-in facilities for airline passengers, and half a coach in each six-car train is reserved for baggage.