April 3, 2020
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New Indian Airports and terminals we can’t wait to fly into

What are Upcoming and New Airports in India ?

With more people than ever flying in India, major cities around India are building new airports and upgrading old terminals to create latest facilities capable of handling tens of millions of passengers.

Here are some of the most exciting india airport projects under construction or redevelopment.

AirportLocationDescription
Jewar International AirportGreater Noida, Uttar PradeshSixty kilometres from Delhi
With six runways, it will be India's largest and among the world's largest airports
Navi Mumbai International Airport
September 2021
Kopra-Panvel Area, MaharashtraThe costliest of all the upcoming international airports in India is the second International Airport for the Mumbai Metropolitan Region
Mopa AirportGoaInternational airport at Mopa in North Goa
Chhatrapati Sambhaji Raje International Airport, PunePune, MaharashtraPune’s second international airport at Purandar
Ludhiana International AirportHalwara, PunjabPunjab’s largest city and industrial hub
Hirasar AirportRajkot, GujaratRainwater harvesting system, solar power system
Rourkela Airport (IATA: RRK)Odisha6 kilometres west of the steel city of Rourkela in the state of Odisha
Sindhudurg AirportMaharashtraLocated around 27 km away from Mumbai-Goa highway, in Sindhudurg district
Orvakal AirportKurnool, Andhra PradeshKurnool, Nandyal and Srisailam
Sabarigiri International AirportSabarimala, KeralaPilgrims to the Sabarimala Ayyappa temple.
New Vijayawada Amaravati AirportAndhra PradeshAn airport has been proposed to serve Andhra Pradesh's new capital city of Amaravati
Airport at SriperumbudurChennai, Tamil NaduSecond airport in Chennai by 2035
Durgapur AirportKolkata, West BengalKolkata's second airport
Airport at ItanagarArunachal Pradeshcapital city of Itanagar at Holongi

India has some of the Best airports in the world and more are on their way to boost the air connectivity between Indian cities and ease congestion in existing airports. India’s aviation industry continues to grow and improve.

And with India being one of the world’s largest aviation market, nearly every airport across the country plans to expand capacity.

A new indian airport to replace the cramped, outdated facilities at some of the existing airport has been needed for a long time.

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