Pragati Maidan is the largest exhibition centre in India. The venue is currently being redeveloped with new exhibition halls & other high end facilities. It is proposed to become a landmark building for New Delhi with the best global level facilities & features on par with the latest modern convention centres in the world. There will be a total of 11 modern exhibition halls, measuring 3,00,000 sqm., proposed as part of the two-phased redevelopment strategy. Phase 1 shall have 6 exhibition halls with a total space of more than 1,00,000 sqm
Exhibition Centre Information
Pragati Maidan is well connected and can be reached easily from the entire National Capital Region of Delhi. It is also connected through Metro (City Railways). The Pragati Maidan Metro Station is situated inside the premises of Pragati Maidan. It is situated 18 km from the international airport and is approximately 2.5 km from Connaught Place, the main hub of business activities in New Delhi.
Pragati Maidan Exhibition Center
Delhi has two airports namely Domestic Airport (1D) and Indira Gandhi International Airport (T3). While Indigo, Spice Jet, Go Air and select low cost international flights arrives and departs from Terminal 1C and Terminal 1D respectively; Air India, Indian Airlines, Indigo, Spice Jet, Vistara airlines and all other International Flights departs & arrives at Terminal 3. (For updates please contact the airlines or your travel agent or city airport helpline nos.) please click here.
The Metro line is available outside Terminal 3 of IGI Airport.
– The ORANGE Airport Express line will take you to Shivaji Stadium from where you can get out of the station to take a BLUE line from Rajiv Chowk which will take you to Pragati Maidan. (If you wish, you can also take a cab or auto from outside Shivaji Stadium metro station to Pragati Maidan.)
– The ORANGE Airport Express line will take you to New Delhi Station from where you can take YELLOW line to Rajiv Chowk followed by BLUE line to Pragati Maidan.
Metro Line Map
The airports are well connected with Uber/Ola/Meru/Prepaid Taxi (Yellow and Black roof Top) which are available 24/7.
By Shuttle Bus
Most buses are owned either by the State-owned Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) or the private contractors. The corporation runs shuttle service at a regular interval (every 30 minutes) connecting the airport to the central parts of Delhi including Connaught Place & Interstate Bus Terminal. These buses are equipped with comfort of air-conditioning and convenient for travel even with baggage at a nominal fare. All buses coming towards Terminal 3 will arrive and depart from a ‘staging area’ located opposite Centaur Hotel. From there to the Airport Terminal; Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) provides shuttle bus, every 15 minutes. For the convenience of passengers this service runs 24×7.