The first International airport in India the Indira Gandhi International Airport is located at the Capital city of India, Delhi. It is the busiest airport in India with catering to more than 60 million air passengers. The terminal no.9 with 2 piers each 1.2 km long is the sixth largest of its kind in the world.
Spanning across 1450 acres, the Mumbai Chattrapathi Shivaki International Airport is one of the most beautifully built airports in India. Located in Maharashtra, it is second busiest airport in India. The Chattrapathi Shivaji International Airport handles 30 million passengers a year.
Opened in May 2008, the new Bangalore Airport is an eye candy. This massive structure was constructed by a private company and the design is fabulous. Being the third busiest airport in India, it handles over 20 million passengers and 1,00,000 aircraft movements a year.
It is ne among the major gateways to India and the primary gateway to South India for people around the world. The Chennai Anna International Airport operates 117,418 aircraft movements in India and more than 12 million passengers pass through the Chennai airport every year.
Spread over 1670 acres, the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport caters to more than 10 millions passengers a year. It was previously known as the Dum Dum Airport. Spanning over an area of 1000 hectares, the Kolkata Airport is the major hub for air traffic in the North East India. It has a capacity of handling 25million passengers a year.
One of the best airports in India with most modern facilities, the Hyderabad International Airport is operated by a private company. More than 7 million passengers rely on Hyderabad airport for their air movements. With its well-structured infrastructure, its can control a massive crowd with ease.
The Goa International Airport is also known as the Dabolim Airport. It is the 9th biggest airport in India. It handles around 7 million passengers, 700 international flights and 30,000 air movements every year.