International Airports in India

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This government has a lot of airports. Airports Authorty of India divide the airport in India into three (3) categories, namely:
  1. International Airport, there are seventeen (17) airport.
  2. Domestic Airport, Airports operational there are more than forty (40) airport.
  3. Airport Customs, there are nine (9) airport
We will provide information to you about international airports in India.

Indira Gandhi Interantional Airport
IATA code : DEL
ICAO code : VIDP
Location : Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT)

Jaipur International Airport
IATA code : JAI
ICAO code : VIJP
Location : Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
Distance from the city : 10 Kms (terminal-1) and 07 Kms (terminal-2)

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport also known as Hyderabad International Airport
IATA code : HYD
ICAO code : VOHS
Location : Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India

Lokpriya Gopinath Bardoloi Interantional Airport also known as Borjhar Airport
IATA code : GAU
ICAO code : VEGT
Location : Guwahati, Assam, India

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport
IATA code : AMD
ICAO code : VAAH
Location : Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Distance & Direction from city : 8 Kms from Ahmedabad Railway Station

Bengaluru Interanational Airport know as Hindustan Airport
IATA code : BLR
ICAO code : VOBL
Location : Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
Distance from City : 40 Kms

Mangalore Interantional Airport formerly known as Bajpe Airport
IATA code : IXE
ICAO code : VOML
Location : Mangalore, Karnataka, India

Trivandrum International Airport
IATA code : TRV
ICAO code : VOTV
Location : Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India
Distance & Direction from city : 6 Kms from Trivandrum Railway station

Cochin International Airport
IATA code : COK
ICAO code : VOCI
Location : Kochi, Kerala, India
Distance & Direction from City : 28 Kms North East of Cochin

Calicut International Airport also known as Karipur Airport
IATA code : CCJ
Location : Calicut, Kerala, India
Diretion & Distance from City : 30 kms from Calicut Railway Station

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
IATA code : IXU
ICAO code : VABB
Location : Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Raja Sansi International Airport also known as Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport
IATA code : ATQ
ICAO code : VIAR
Location : Amritsar, Punjab, India
Distance & Direction from city : 11 Kms from Amritsar Railway Station

Srinagar Airport also known as Sheikh ul Alam Airport
IATA code : SXR
ICAO code : VISR
Location : Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir, India

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport also known as Sonegaon International Airport
IATA code : NAG
ICAO code : VANP
Location : Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
Distance & Direction from city : 8 Km South West of City

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport
IATA code : CCU
ICAO code : VECC
Location : Kolkata, West Bengal, India

Chennai International Airport
IATA code : MAA
ICAO code : VOMM
Location : Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Distance & Direction from City : 19 Kms South – West (Approx.)

Goa International Airport also known as Dabolim Airport
IATA code : GOI
ICAO code : VAGO
Location : Dabolim, Goa, India
Distance & Direction from City : 23 Kms from South Goa District Capital Madgaon, 30 Kms from capital City Panaji

Veer Savarkar International Airport commonly known as Port Blair Airport
IATA code : IXZ
ICAO code : VOPB
Location : Andaman & Nicobar (U.T), India
Distance & Direction from city : 02 Kms South of Port Blair and is the main airport of the Adaman and Nicobar Island of India


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