Delhi Airport has become the first airport in India to introduce the government’s new Fast Track Immigration-Trusted Traveller Programme (FTI-TTP) for Indian passport holders and Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders.

FTI-TTP is a visionary initiative by the Government of India, designed to provide Indian nationals and OCI cardholders with a faster, easier, and more secure travel experience.
To join the programme, eligible individuals must apply online, and the registration process may take up to one month.
This first-of-its-kind facility in India aims to significantly reduce congestion at airports by offering expedited immigration clearance for pre-verified travellers, both arriving and departing.

Delhi Airport's Terminal 3 is equipped with eight electronic gates – four for arrivals and four for departures – to facilitate a seamless experience for programme participants. The number of counters may increase based on demand.
“We at DIAL are very proud to join hands with the Government of India for launching the FTI Trusted Traveller Programme at Delhi Airport. This programme will offer a world-class and seamless travel experience to all international passengers opting for this facility. The Trusted Traveller Programme allows Indian passport holders and OCI Cardholders to utilise these e-gates, bypass regular emigration/immigration queues, and enjoy a smoother journey. This technology driven initiative is designed to make the emigration/immigration clearance process faster and simpler,” said Videh Kumar Jaipuriar, CEO of parent company DIAL.
Similar to the Global Entry Program offered by the United States Department of Homeland Security, the Trusted Traveller Programme allows pre-approved travellers to benefit from expedited immigration and security clearance upon arrival.

IMAGE CREDIT: Delhi Airport