The Delhi Metro Violet Line connects Faridabad to Delhi. The expansion of the Violet Line in Faridabad was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 6 September 2015. The Delhi Metro’s Faridabad Corridor has 9 metro stations which are all elevated. The metro has recently been extended to Ballabhgarh with two stations- Sant Surdas Sihi and Raja Nahar Singh Ballabgarh.
The Haryana government is also planning to connect Faridabad and Gurgaon with the metro. Currently, the Faridabad corridor of the Delhi Metro Violet Line is the longest metro corridor in the National Capital Region (NCR) with 11 stations and the total length of the corridor is 14 km.
The 11 metro stations are Sarai, NHPC Chowk, Escorts Mujesar, Mewla Maharajpur, Sector 28, Badkhal More, Neelam Chowk, Ajronada, Bata Chowk, Old Faridabad, Sant Surdas (Sihi and Raja Nahar Singh).
Faridabad is well connected with Delhi via Delhi Faridabad Skyway (Badarpur Flyover).
Delhi Faridabad Skyway (DF Skyway) is a 4.4 km six-lane elevated highway that connects Delhi to Faridabad, a major city in the National Capital Region. It was inaugurated on 29 November 2010. The project was started by “Badarpur Faridabad Tollway Limited”, a subsidiary of Hindustan Construction Company Limited. The skyway starts from Badarpur, Delhi, and ends at Sector 37, Faridabad. It is a part of NHAI’s North-South Corridor, National Highway 44, which connects Srinagar to Kanyakumari.
Faridabad district is one of the 22 districts in the Indian state of Haryana, where the city of Faridabad is the district headquarters. The Delhi-Mathura-Agra National Highway 44 (Grand Trunk Road) passes through the center of the district, covering an area of 741 square kilometers (286 sq mi) and having a population of 1,809,733 as per the 2011 India census. The Haryana government has created a new Faridabad division which will cover the districts – Faridabad, Noonh, and Palwal.
Faridabad is served by the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, which is about 35 km from Faridabad. The airport is the busiest airport in India and provides domestic and international air connectivity.
The closest airport is the Indira Gandhi International airport, New Delhi at a distance of about 35 Km. You can easily hire a taxi from the airport for Faridabad or use a combination of the Delhi metro and autos
Nearest Airport: Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL)
Tentative return flight prices to Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) from major cities in India.