Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi
Located in the heart of the country, Indira Gandhi International Airport is the busiest in India. With three deluxe terminals, this airport has become the most important aviation hub in India with the capacity to handle more than 46 million passengers. The airport is a major hub for international flights, and its new avatars include shopping plazas, passenger lounges, retail outlets and food courts. The airport was given the fourth best airport in the world by Airport Council International.
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai
It is important for Mumbai airport to be located in India's financial capital. It is becoming one of the most important airports in South Asia, and holds a significant share of more than 30 million passengers and air cargo in the country. It is the second busiest airport in India, and it is a major center for the passengers of the Middle East. There are five terminals in the airport, and in the last few years it has a major face lift.
Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, Hyderabad
Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad is a relatively new airport, which came to the old position at Begumpet in 2008. This airport was built on a public-private partnership-second by GMR group. In the airport spread over 5400 acres, it can handle 40 million passengers per year and it is the sixth busiest person in India. It has always been in the world's best airports.
Bengaluru International Airport
The Bangalore International Airport located in Devanhalli, transferred to the old airport in 2008. Spread over 5130 acres, this airport have been designed to handle 12 million passengers annually, and it is the fourth busiest airport in India. Bengaluru International Airport Services connects 10 domestic and 21 international airlines to 50 destinations worldwide. It also includes designated prayer rooms for Hajj pilgrims and typical terminals with hot water for the Wadu. In 2010, the airport was awarded Best Managed Airport, and received platinum rating from IATA.
The Chennai Airport, Chennai
The Chennai airport has two names, while the local airport is named after the Kamaraj, the international terminal is known as the Annadurai International Airport. One of the first airports in India, it is the main center of civil aviation in South India, and also serves as the regional headquarters of AAI. It is India's third busiest air base, with an average annual travel of 13 million. In recent years, Chennai Airport has passed through modern day modernization and expansion parallel runways, taxiways and aprons, parking bases and cargo terminals although it is still not very high on the comfort parameters according to the current international standards. Chennai Airport was declared the year's airport in 2012 for cargo handling.