Flyers travelling from Delhi airport’s Terminal 3 need not worry about slippery floors as the airport operator has said it has taken additional slip-resistant measures to ensure safety. Hindustan Times had, on May 7, reported that Terminal 3’s floor was proving to be too slippery for the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) staff’s daily exercises since removal of the carpet. As a result, the CISF formed a special committee to replace shoes of 4,000 personnel at Delhi airport. Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) officials, however, said the floor is as per international standards and completely user-friendly. “Besides, additional slip-resistant measures have been taken to ensure safety of flyers and other users on the newly installed floor on the ramp,” DIAL officials said in response to a query sent by HT. Elaborating further on the removal of carpet, DIAL officials said, “The carpet is being removed from both sides of the travellator in T3 departure piers. The carpet replacement process in the T3 departure piers would be done in a phased manner.” The operator also plans to reuse the carpet. “We will scrap the worn-out part, and clean the parts in good condition for ...