The INA Metro Station is an interchange station between the Yellow Line and Pink Line of the Delhi Metro. It serves INA Colony, the Dilli Haat complex, and nearby busy markets, INA Market, and the Sarojini Nagar Market. The INA colony is a residential colony maintained by the Airports Authority of India for their employees. It was named after a former private airline, Indian National Airways, which was amongst those nationalised and merged to form Indian Airlines in 1953. The station as part of the Yellow Line was opened to public on 3 September 2010. It became an interchange station, on opening of the Pink Line on 6 August 2018.