New Delhi, June 13 -- The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation is not interested in constructing a tunnel to link Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport's Terminal 3 Metro station with Terminal 2, which is set to host two domestic airlines by the end of January.

At present, three airliners - Indigo, Spicejet and Go Air - operate their domestic flights from T1. While Indigo will continue to operate from T1, Spicejet and Go Air will be shifted to T2 for two years, till the expansion of T1 is completed.

Since T2 is not connected to the Metro, the airport operator, Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), had asked Delhi Metro to construct a tunnel linking T2 with the airport line in Terminal 3.

But sources said DMRC was not interested in bu...