The government owned Airports Authority of India (AAI) operates 126 airports and civil enclaves out of a total of 449 airports and airstrips located throughout India. Around 97 airports/aerodromes receive regular commercial flights. The cities of Bengaluru, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kochi and Mumbai are served by privately (or joint-venture) operated airports. Airports in India handled 295 million passengers in 2017. India is the third largest domestic civil aviation market in the world behind the USA and China.
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Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) handled 63.5 million passengers in 2017 ranking it as the 16th busiest airport in the world.
Delhi IGIA ranked as the 16th busiest airport (passenger volume) in the world in 2017 while Mumbai CSIA ranked as the 29th busiest airport in the same year. Delhi's IGIA and Mumbai's CSIA airports handled 63.5 and 47.2 million passengers respectively in 2017. Delhi IGIA ranked as the 11th busiest airport in the world during Jan-Jul '18 just behind Paris CDG and Shanghai Pudong while Mumbai CSIA was ranked as the 27th busiest airport for the same period.
Delhi Airport Terminal 3 - Flight Information Displays
The Airports Authority of India (AAI) signed an initial 30-year OMDA (Operation, Management and Development Agreement) with GMR-Fraport AG and GVK-ACSA (Airports Company of South Africa) led consortiums for the development and expansion of the airports at Delhi and Mumbai. The Mott MacDonald Group was appointed as the technical advisor for the Delhi airport modernisation project. HOK International was appointed to design the airport. The 480 000 m² integrated terminal 3 with 48 incontact (six of which are designed to accomodate Airbus A380 aircraft) and 30 remote stands at Delhi has a capacity to handle upto 34 million passengers per annum. Terminal 3 was inaugurated in July '10. A third ILS Cat. IIIb runway (11R/29L and 4,430 m long) is operational. A fourth runway has been planned. The domestic LCC terminal (1D), which will be undergoing expansion, is located in the old Palam (name of Delhi airport till 1986) section of the airport is used by SpiceJet and IndiGo. GoAir shifted all its flights to and from Delhi from the overburdened T1D to the old international terminal 2 (which has been refurbished to be used as a domestic terminal and till now used by seasonal Haj flights). A free shuttle service operates between T2 and T1. A portion of IndiGo and Spicejet flights also shifted to T2 in Mar '18 paving way for the expansion work of T1. A highspeed metro rail link connects the airport (T3) with New Delhi station. The domestic 1D terminal (no direct metro transfer to T3 terminal - a shuttle service is provided) will be connected by the Magenta metro line by end-May. Delhi airport handles over 1200 aircraft movements per day (1 289 daily ATMs in May 2018).
Mumbai's Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSIA) features an integrated terminal with a total floor area of 439 000 m², 38 aerobridges and a capacity to handle 40 m passengers annually is operational. The international section of the terminal began operating in Feb 2014. Air India, Vistara and Jet Airways operate domestic flights from T2 while the other domestic airlines operate from terminals 1A/B/C. The old domestic terminal complex has 11 in-contact gates. The 1C terminal has six aerobridges and a floor area of approx. 27,500 m² and is connected to terminals 1A and 1B through escalators and walkways. The airport handled an average of 909 daily landings and takeoffs in May 2018 and set a new world aircraft traffic movement record for a single runway (in effect) airport by handling 1003 landings and takeoffs during a 24 hr period in June '18.
Kolkata NSCB International Airport (VECC/CCU) - Takeoff and Initial Climb with a view of the new terminal under construction (2010) - Runway 19R - © Timir Mozumder
Patna, Lucknow, Pune, Port Blair and Guwahati are some of the airports where new passenger terminals are to be constructed. With the inauguration of the greenfield airport facility at Pakyong (Sikkim) in Sep '18, all the states of India have air connectivity. The airfield is capable of handling upto ATR/Q400 turboprop sized aircraft and scheduled air commenced in Oct '18. A new 3 600 m² passenger terminal was commissioned at Belagavi airport in Sep '17 while the passenger terminal at Jammu airport has been expanded to 14 500 m².
The airport serving Jabalpur will be expanded at a cost of ₹4.1 bn including a new domestic passenger terminal with an area of 9 350 m². The runway length will be increased to 2 750 m enabling the operation of larger aircraft such as the Airbus A320.
A new airport was inaugurated close to the temple town of Shirdi, Maharashtra in Oct '17. The airport was developed at a cost of ₹3.5 bn and features a 2750 m² passenger terminal capable of handling upto 300 pax/hr. Kishangarh airport serving Kishangarh, Ajmer and Pushkar was commissioned in Oct '17. The airport handled over 4.7 m passengers in 2017/18.
A new integrated passenger terminal is planned for Tiruchirappalli Airport which has seen a spurt in passenger traffic in recent years. The proposed terminal costing approx. ₹ 6.5 bn would have spread over a floor area of 60 000 m². A new integrated terminal will be constructed at Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport, serving Lucknow and the busiest airport in Uttar Pradesh. The cost for the new terminal is estimated at ₹ 12 bn.
A new integrated terminal is planned for Northeast India's busiest airport, Guwahati Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport. The terminal will be built at a cost of almost ₹ 14 bn and will have a floor area of over 100 000 m². The terminal is expected to be completed by 2021. A new passenger terminal building is under construction at Agartala Airport (Meghalaya) at an estimated cost of ₹ 5 bn.
A new terminal costing ₹3.6 bn will be constructed at Pune's Lohegaon airport due to a brisk increase in passenger traffic. The passenger terminal will cover an area of 40 000 m² (almost double the size of the currently in use 22 000 m² terminal) and is planned to be completed by end 2021.
AAI has plans to invest ca ₹ 150 bn for upgradation of various airports in 2018-19.
A greenfield airport is under construction at a cost of approx. ₹ 5 bn in Sindhudurg district (Maharashtra) at Parule Chipi.
Upgradation of the existing airport located at Jharsuguda, Odisha will facilitate scheduled air service. The present airstrip at Deogarh, Jharkhand is also being modernised at an estimated cost of ₹ 4 bn to cater to scheduled jet air service in the future. Spread over 600 acres the airport will include a new 4 000 m² passenger terminal and a runway extended to 2 500 m in length.
Vadodara Airport's new integrated 17 500 m² terminal (over double the size of the old domestic terminal) was inaugurated in Oct '16 and is rated as India's second green terminal after Cochin International Airport.
Kolkata NSCB (Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose) international airport was modernised at an approx. cost of ₹ 25 billion. An integral part of the modernisation plan was the construction of a new 195 000 m² integrated passenger terminal with a capacity to handle 20 million passengers a year (Kolkata's two previous terminals were designed to handle 5 m passengers a year). The new RJMM designed terminal was inaugurated in Jan 2013. NSCB airport handled a record 18.9 m passengers in 2017. A metro rail line is under construction which will facilitate rail connectivity from the airport to the existing Kolkata Metro's north-south line at Noapara. Another metro line connecting the airport with Garia is also under construction. Kolkata airport is constrained by land and cannot expand capacitywise that much in the future. Terminal and aircraft parking capacity will be expanded by utilising the old domestic terminal and constructing additional parking stands but the airport does not have sufficient land for a second parallel runway that could be used simultaneously with the present main runway. This by and large limits the number of air movements the airport can handle to a single runway.
Kolkata NSCB was formerly known as Dum Dum Airport until 1995 when the airport name was officially changed to NSCB Int'l Airport.
Chennai airport's completed modernisation included a new domestic terminal (67 700 m²) and international terminal (59 000 m²) with a total capacity to handle 23 m (7 m international and 16 m domestic) passengers annually. The second phase (work to commence in 2018 at an estimated total cost of approx. ₹ 25 bn) would include the integration of the present domestic and international terminals into one seamless layout with a capacity of 35 m passengers per annum. Terminal floor area will increase to 336 000 m². A new international terminal will replace the present old international and domestic terminals and is estimated to be ready by 2022. Construction of a new greenfield airport is also under study for Chennai. Chennai airport handled 19.6 m passengers in 2017 and city connectivity improved with the opening of the Chennai Metro Airport station.
The Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru, located approx. 40 kms north of Bengaluru city at Devanahalli off the NH 7 highway began commercial operations in May 2008. Construction of the estimated ₹ 25 bn airport, spread over an area of over 3,800 acres, began in 2005. Equity shareholders in the airport include Siemen Project Ventures GmbH (26 % stake), Fairfax Financial (48 %), Airports Authority of India (13 %) and the Govt. of Karnataka through KSIIDC (13 %). The rectangular shaped modern integrated terminal has a total floor space of 150 000 m² making it one of India's largest passenger air terminal buildings. The apron can hold upto 42 aircraft at a time, including 15 in-contact stands. ²second terminal, with an initial annual capacity of 25 million passengers, will be undertaken by L&T. The new terminal is estimated to be completed in 2021 and the investment is valued at approx. ₹ 30 bn.
A fleet of modern buses provide transport on 11 routes covering all the major points in the city. The Vayu Vajra buses are operated by BMTC (Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation). Dedicated airport taxis also serve passengers. An Oberoi Trident hotel is located near the passenger terminal. Flybus buses depart for Mysuru 12xdaily in addition to a daily service to Mangaluru/Manipal and Kundapur.
The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport covering a total area of 5 495 acres at Shamshabad near Hyderabad began commercial operations in Mar 2008. The cost of the first phase was estimated at ₹23 billion. The airport stakeholders include the GMR Group, Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad, AAI (Airports Authority of India) and the Govt. of Andhra Pradesh. The airport's initial passenger handling capacity is 12 million, which is roughly double the the number of passengers handled (6.78 m in 2007) at the old Begumpet Airport. The integrated terminal covers an area of 105 000 m². An interim departure area for international flights was commissioned in Oct '18. The airport authorities have accounced long-term plans to increase capacity by expanding the present terminal and builing a new second terminal. The apron includes 42 airplane stands of which 12 are in-contact (aerobridge). The runway is currently South Asia's longest at 4 260 meters. City access by bus is provided by Pushpak Airport Liner buses (5 lines). Various AP and TN state transport bus routes also serve the airport. Public radio taxis are provided by Meru and Skycabs. Accomodation is available at the 305 room Novotel Hyderabad Airport hotel in the vicinity of the airport. Air-India and Lufthansa Technik have MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) facilities at the airport. RGIA handled over 17.1 million passengers in 2017. The airport handled on an average over 475 daily takeoffs and landings in May 2018.
Cochin International Airport (CIAL), India's first privately operated airport, handled approx. 185 daily aircraft movements on an average and almost 9.7 m passengers in 2017. The combined floor area of the two old terminals is ca 54 000 m² while the new international terminal (T3) extends over 140 000 m². The old international terminal will cater to domestic operations after some refitting and modification work and is expected to be opened by end 2018. The domestic terminal will feature seven aerobridges and 56 check-in counters.
Above pics: Cochin International Airport (CIAL) as seen shortly after take off in 2005. A 3400 m long parallel taxiway, not seen in the image, is operational. CIAL handled 10.17 m passengers in 2017-18 with an average of almost 190 daily aircraft landings and takeoffs making it India's seventh busiest airport. The domestic terminal handled 4.5 million passengers in 2017. 25 airlines serve the airport.
Kerala's fourth international greenfield airport is coming up on the outskirts of Kannur (Cannanore) in Northern Kerala. The airport features a 97 000 m² integrated passenger terminal (8th largest in India) and a 3050 m runway and with a total project cost of ₹ 22.9 bn. The first test flight landed in Feb '16 and the airport will be inaugurated on Dec 9. The airport is being promoted on a private public partnership model, stakeholders include AAI, Govt of Kerala and Bharat Petroleum. The ICAO and IATA codes for the airport are VOKN and CNN respectively.
A second airport is being developed in Ulwe (Raigad district) close to Panvel Creek south of Navi Mumbai. The airport will feature two parallel east-west runways and a passenger terminal capable of handling initially upto 10 million passengers per annum. The airport will occupy an area of 11.6 km². According to CIDCO (the nodal state agency for the airport) the first phase of the airport is expected to be completed as early as 2020 while IATA's more realistic estimate for the completion of the first phase is 2022-2023. Pre-development work began in Nov '17. The airport is being developed in a PPP (Public Private Partnership) with GVK holding a 74 % stake and CIDCO the remaining 26 %.
A greenfield airport is planned to be constructed at Mopa, North Goa at an estimated cost of ₹ 30 billion. The 1500 acre airport is being developed by GMR Airport Ltd. The initial capacity of the airport terminal is 5 m per annum. Construction is reported to commence in the first half of 2018. The presently used passenger terminal at Dabolim airport has a floor area of 58 000 m² and a desgined passenger throughput of 7.8 m per annum, slightly more than the actual 7.5 m passengers handled in 2017.
AAI is developing a new airport at Hirasar at an estimated cost of ₹ 14 bn as the existing airport serving Rajkot cannot be expanded. The new airport site expands over 2500 acres and is located 27 kms east of the existing airport.
A new airport is planned for construction in the state of Arunachal Pradesh on a site located at Holangi.
|Mumbai - Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International|
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|Runways (intersecting):||Heading 27/09, 3 660 x 60 m (12 008 ft) ILS CAT-II (RWY27) and CAT I (RWY09), asphalt|
Heading 14/32, 2 990 x 60 m (9 810 ft), ILS CAT I (both), asphalt
|Terminals:||Terminal 1A, 1B, 1C, T2 integrated terminal began operations in Feb 2014|
|Operators (Type of aircraft):||Air Arabia (320), Air Canada (B787), Air China (A330), Air France (B777), Air India/Air India Regional/Express (ATR, B747, B737, B777, B787 Dreamliner, A320), Air Mauritius (767), ANA, Air Seychelles (A320), Bangkok AW, British AW (B777, B787), Brussels Airlines (A330), Cathay Pacific (A330, 777), Druk Air, EgyptAir (A330), El Al (767), Emirates (B777, A380), Ethiopian (B777), Etihad (A320,A330), flydubai, Garuda Indonesia, GoAir (A320), Gulf Air (B767, A320), IndiGo (A320), Iran Air (A320), Iraqi AW, Jet AW (A330, B777, B737, ATR), Kenya AW, KLM (B787), Korean Air (A330), Kuwait AW (A320,B777), Lufthansa (A330,B748,A350), Malaysia, Malindo Air, Oman Air (B737,A330), Qatar (A320), RwandAir (B737), Saudi Arabian (A330), Singapore (A330,A350), SpiceJet (B737,BQ4), SriLankan (A320), Swiss (A330), Thai (A330), Thai Lion Air, Thai Smile Air, Trujet (ATR), Turkish AL, United AL (B777) and Vistara (A320)|
|Direct Routes (International):||Abu Dhabi, Addis Ababa, Amman, Amsterdam, Baghdad, Bahrain, Bali (Denpasar), Bangkok, Beijing, Brussels, Cairo, Colombo, Damman, Dhaka, Doha, Dubai, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Jakarta, Jeddah, Kathmandu, Kigali, Kuala Lumpur, Kuwait, London, Madinah, Mahe, Malé, Mauritius, Muscat, Nairobi, Najaf, Newark, New York City, Paris, Paro, Phuket, Riyadh, Seoul, Shanghai, Sharjah, Singapore, Tehran, Tel Aviv, Tokyo, Toronto and Zurich|
|Direct Routes (Domestic):||Ahmedabad, Agartala, Allahabad, Amritsar, Aurangabad, Belgaum, Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar, Bhavnagar, Bhuj, Chandigarh, Chennai, Coimbatore, Dehradun, Delhi, Diu, Goa, Guwahati, Gwalior, Hubballi, Hyderabad, Indore, Jabalpur, Jaipur, Jalgaon, Jammu, Jamnagar, Jodhpur, Kandla, Kochi, Kolkata, Kozhikode, Madurai, Lucknow, Mangalore, Nagpur, Nanded, Patna, Porbandar, Pune, Raipur, Ranchi, Rajkot, Shirdi, Srinagar, Surat, Thiruvananthapuram, Udaipur, Vadodara, Varanasi, Vijayawada and Visakhapatnam|
A bird's eyeview of the new Terminal 2 at Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport.
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|Delhi - Indira Gandhi International|
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|Runways (parallel):|| 10/28, 3 810 x 46 m (12 500 ft), Rwy 28 ILS CAT-IIIB, Rwy 10 ILS CAT-I, asphalt
09/27, 2 813 x 46 m (9 229 ft), Rwy 27 ILS CAT-I, asphalt
11/29, 4 430 x 60 m, ILS CAT-IIIB, asphalt
Terminal 1D, T2: 71 000 m², T3 (Dom and Int'l): 480 000 m²
|Aircraft stands:||69 (excl. T3 stands)|
|Aerobridges (Intl/Dom):||T2: 6, T3: 48 contact stands/78 aerobridges|
|Operators (Type of aircraft):||Aeroflot (A330), Air Arabia, Air Asia X (A330), Air Astana (A320), Air Canada (B787), Air China (B767), Air France (B747), Air India (B747, B777, B787, A320, ATR), Air India Express (B737), Air Manas, Air Mauritius, Ariana, Asiana (B767,A330), Bhutan AL, British AW (B747/B777), Cathay Pacific (A330), China AL, China Eastern, China Southern (A330), Druk Air (A319), Emirates (B777/A380), Etihad (A320), Ethiopian (B767), Finnair (A330), flydubai (B737), Gulf Air (A320, B767), IndiGo (A320), JAL (B787), Jet AW (B777, B737, ATR, A330), Kam Air, KLM (B787), Kuwait AW (A330), Lufthansa (A350, A380), Mahan Air (A310), Malaysia (A330), Oman Air (B737), Qatar AW, Nepal AL, Safi AW, Saudi Arabian, Singapore (B777,A380), SpiceJet (B737), SriLankan (A320), Swiss (A330), Tajik Air, Thai AW, Turkish, Turkmenistan (B737), Ukraine Intl (B767), United, Uzbekistan AW, Virgin Atlantic (B787) and Vistara (A320)|
|Direct Routes (International):||Abu Dhabi, Addis Ababa, Almaty, Amman, Amsterdam, Ashgabat, Astana, Baghdad, Bahrain, Bandar Abbas, Bangkok, Basra, Beijing, Birmingham, Bishkek, Chicago, Colombo, Copenhagen, Damascus, Damman, Dhaka, Doha, Dubai, Dushanbe, Frankfurt, Guangzhou, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Jeddah, Kabul, Kandahar, Karachi, Kathmandu, Kiev, Kuala Lumpur, Kuwait, London, Madinah, Madrid, Malé, Mauritius, Melbourne, Milan, Munich, Muscat, Moscow, Newark, New York, Paro, Paris, Phuket, Riyadh, Rome, San Francisco, Seoul, Shanghai, Sharjah, Singapore, Stockholm, Sydney, Taipei, Tashkent, Tehran, Toronto, Tokyo, Vancouver (seasonal), Vienna, Washington, D.C., Yangon and Zurich|
|Direct Routes (Domestic):||Adampur, Agra, Ahmedabad, Aizawl, Allahabad, Amritsar, Aurangabad, Bagdogra, Bengaluru, Bathinda, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Bhuj, Bikaner, Chandigarh, Chennai, Coimbatore, Dehradun, Dharamsala, Dibrugarh, Dimapur, Durgapur, Gaya, Goa, Gorakhpur, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Imphal, Indore, Jabalpur, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jammu, Jeddah, Jodhpur, Kanpur, Khajuraho, Kishangarh, Kochi, Kolkata, Kozhikode, Kullu, Leh, Lucknow, Ludhiana, Mumbai, Nagpur, Pathankot, Patna, Pantnagar, Port Blair, Pune, Raipur, Rajkot, Ranchi, Srinagar, Surat, Thiruvananthapuram, Tirupati, Udaipur, Vadodara, Varanasi, Vijayawada and Visakhapatnam|
A full bird's eyeview of Delhi IGIA airport from a height of 7.3 km. The international terminal is located near the bottom left corner and the domestic terminal 1D on the rightside sandwiched between the two parallel runways (9/27 is the upper runway while 10/28 is the lower one). New rapid taxiways have been constructed to facilitate speedier ground movement of aircraft. A new integrated terminal 3 was opened in 2010.
Image © 2010 GeoEye and © 2010 Google
|Chennai Airport - International Air Route Map >>|
|Runways (intersecting):|| primary 07/25, 3 658 x 45 m (12 001 ft) (CAT I ILS), asphalt|
secondary 12/30, 2 925 x 45 m (9 596 ft), concrete/asphalt/macadam
|Terminals:||International (two): 59 900 m² (T3) and 59 000 m² (T4), Domestic (T1): 78 300 m²|
|International Operators (Type of aircraft):||Air Arabia, AirAsia, Air Austral, Air Mauritius, Batik Air, British AW (B787), Cathay Pacific, Emirates (B777), Etihad (A320), Flydubai, Gulf Air, Kuwait AW (A330), Lufthansa CityLine (A340), Malaysia, Maldivian, Oman Air, Qatar AW, Saudia, Scoot, SilkAir (A320), Singapore AL (A330), SriLankan, Thai AirAsia and Thai AW|
|Indian Operators||Air India/Alliance Air (ATR, A320, B787, B747), GoAir (A320), Air India Express (B737), Jet AW (A330, B737), SpiceJet (B737), IndiGo (A320/ATR), TruJet (ATR), Vistara (A320)|
|Direct Routes (International):||Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Bangkok, Colombo, Damman, Denpasar Bali, Dhaka, Doha, Dubai, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Jeddah, Kuala Lumpur, Kuwait, London, Malé, Mauritius, Muscat, Paris, Réunion, Riyadh, Saint-Denis, Sharjah and Singapore|
|Direct Routes (Domestic):||Agartala, Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bagdogra, Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Coimbatore, Delhi, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore, Jaipur, Kadapa, Kochi, Kolkata, Kozhikode, Lucknow, Madurai, Mangalore, Mumbai, Mysuru, Patna, Pune, Port Blair, Raipur, Rajamahendravaram, Ranchi, Salem, Srinagar, Thiruvananthapuram, Tiruchirappalli, Tuticorin, Vadodara, Vijayawada and Visakhapatnam|
A full bird's eyeview of the terminal area at Chennai airport. The international terminal is located to the left of the domestic terminal. Chennai Metro's Airport station provides a connection to the city.
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|Kolkata - Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International|
|Kolkata Airport - International Air Route Map >>|
|Short Video Clips - Copyright Timir Mozumder
|A bird's eyeview of the Kolkata NSCB airport. Great vistas await the air traveller on a flight to eg Yangon, Port Blair or Bangkok once the awesome Sundarbans (abode of the Royal Bengal Tiger) river delta area comes into view some minutes after take-off.|
Image © 2014 DigitalGlobe
An air traveller arriving at NSCB can enjoy the extremely lush and verdant landscape as view the densely populated low-rise residential suburban municipalities incl. Barasat, Madhyamgram and New Barrackpur along the flight path as the aircraft makes a final approach toward runway 19L. The busy Jessore Road hugs the boundary of the airport.
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|Runways (parallel):|| 01R/19L, 3 627 x 46 m (11 899 ft), 19L-ILS Cat II / 01R Cat IIIB, asphalt
01L/19R, 2 839 m (further extension to 3 240 m is underway) x 46 m (9 350 ft), asphalt. Secondary runway ILS Cat I.
New integrated terminal - 195 000 m²
|Aerobridges (Intl/Dom):||1/3 (18 in new terminal)|
|Int'l Operators (Type of aircraft):||AirAsia (A320), Biman Bangladesh Airlines (B737), Bhutan Airlines (A319), China Eastern (B737), Cathay Dragon (A320), Druk Air (A319), Emirates (B777), Etihad Airways (A320), Myanmar Airways International (A319), Novoair (ATR), Qatar Airways (B787), SilkAir (B737), Singapore Airlines (A330), SriLankan (A320), Regent Airways (B737), Thai (A330), Thai AirAsia and US-Bangla Airlines (B737)|
|Domestic Operators (Type of aircraft):||Air India (ATR, A320, B787), Jet Airways (B737, ATR), GoAir (A320), SpiceJet (BQ4, B737), IndiGo (A320) and Vistara (A320)|
|Direct Routes (International):||Abu Dhabi, Colombo, Doha, Dhaka, Dubai, Chattogram, Paro, Kathmandu, Kuala Lumpur, Kunming, Yangon, Bangkok, Singapore, Hangzhou and Hong Kong|
|Direct Routes (Domestic):||Agartala, Ahmedabad, Aizawl, Bagdogra, Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Coimbatore, Delhi, Dibrugarh, Dimapur, Gaya, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Imphal, Indore, Jabalpur, Jaipur, Jammu, Kochi, Lilabari, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nagpur, Pakyong, Pasighat, Patna, Port Blair, Pune, Raipur, Ranchi, Shillong, Silchar, Srinagar, Tezpur, Thiruvananthapuram, Udaipur, Varanasi and Vizag|
|Bengaluru - Kempegowda International Airport|
|Elevation:||915 m (3 002 ft)|
|Runway:||09/27, 4 000 m|
|Terminals:||Integrated ca 150 000 m²|
|Operators (Type of aircraft):||Air Arabia (A320), Air France (B777), Air India, Air Mauritius, AirAsia, AirAsia India, British AW, Cathay Dragon, Emirates (B777), Etihad AW (A320), GoAir (A320), Gulf Air, IndiGo (A320/ATR), Jet AW (B737,A330), Kuwait AW (A320), Lufthansa, Malaysia AL, Nepal AL, Oman Air, Qatar AW, Saudia, Scoot, SilkAir, Singapore (B777), SpiceJet, SriLankan, Thai AirAsia, Thai AW, TruJet (ATR), Vistara (A320)|
|Direct Routes (International):||Abu Dhabi, Amsterdam, Bahrain, Bangkok, Colombo, Doha, Dubai, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Jeddah, Kathmandu, Kuala Lumpur, Kuwait, London, Male, Mauritius, Muscat, Paris, Riyadh, Sharjah and Singapore|
|Direct Routes (Domestic):||Agartala, Agatti, Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bagdogra, Ballari, Belagavi, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Coimbatore, Dehradun, Delhi, Goa, Guwahati, Hubballi, Hyderabad, Imphal, Indore, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kochi, Kolkata, Kozhikode, Lucknow, Madurai, Mangaluru, Mumbai, Nagpur, Patna, Post Blair, Pune, Raipur, Rajamahendravaram, Ranchi, Silchar, Srinagar, Thiruvananthapuram, Udaipur, Varanasi, Vijayawada and Visakhapatnam|
A bird's eyeview of the Bengaluru KIAL located at Devanahalli to the north of the city from a height of 5.4 km. Commercial airline traffic ended on May 23rh 2008 at the old Hindustan Airport with the opening of the new Bengaluru International airport.
Image © 2010 Digital Eye, © 2010 Digital Globe and © 2010 Google
|Hyderabad - Rajiv Gandhi International Airport|
|Hyderabad Airport - International Air Route Map >>|
|Runway:||09/27, 4,260 x 60 m, ILS Cat I|
|Terminals:||Rajiv Gandhi Int'l: 105 000 m²|
|Operators (Type of aircraft):||Air Arabia (A320), AirAsia, AirAsia India (A320), British AW (B787), Cathay Pacific (A330), Emirates (B777), Etihad (A320), Flydubai, flynas (A320), GoAir, Gulf Air, IndiGo (A320/ATR), Jazeera AW, Jet AW, Malaysia AL, Oman Air, Qatar AW (B787), Saudia (B777), Scoot, Silk Air (B737,A320), SpiceJet (B737,BQ4), SriLankan (A320/A321), Thai AirAsia, Thai AW, TruJet (ATR), Vistara (A320)|
|Direct Routes (International):||Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Bangkok, Chicago, Colombo, Damman, Doha, Dubai, Jeddah, Kuala Lumpur, Kuwait, London (Heathrow), Hong Kong, Muscat, Riyadh, Sharjah and Singapore|
|Direct Routes (Domestic):||fAhmedabad, Agartala, Aurangabad, Ballari, Bengaluru, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Coimbatore, Chennai, Dehradun, Delhi, Goa, Guwahati, Hubballi, Indore, Jabalpur, Jaipur, Kochi, Kadapa, Kolkata, Lucknow, Madurai, Mangaluru, Mumbai, Mysuru, Nagpur, Nanded, Port Blair, Puducherry, Pune, Raipur, Rajamahendravaram, Thiruvananthapuram, Tirupati, Udaipur, Vadodara, Varanasi, Vijayawada and Visakhapatnam|
A380 - Airbus A380 series
A350 - Airbus A350 series
A340 - Airbus A340 series
A330 - Airbus A330 series
A320 - Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321 series
A310 - Airbus A310 series
A300 - Airbus A300 series
B732 - Boeing 737 200 (classic) series
B737 - Boeing 737 300-900 series
B767 - Boeing 767 series
B777 - Boeing 777 series
B747 - Boeing 747 series
B748 - Boeing 747-8
B787 - Boeing 787 Dreamliner
CRJ - Bombardier CRJ
ATR - ATR 42/72 series
BQ4 - Bombardier Q400 NextGen
DO2 - Dornier 228
ERJ - Embraer 170/175/190
RJ7 - Avro RJ70
75F - Boeing 757 Freighter series
73F - Boeing 737 Freighter series
F27 - Fokker F-27
ATP - British Aerospace ATP Freighter