Indira Gandhi International Airport is the largest airport in Asia by passenger flow, with over 37 million passengers in 2021.
After the IGI airport in Delhi, Shivaji International Airport is the 2nd biggest airport in India. It can accommodate more than 40 million visitors each year.
The airport is named after Kempe Gowda I, the founder of Bangalore. The airport handles approx. 1000 flights per day, with international departures increasing by 25 per day
The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, located near Hyderabad, is India’s largest airport, handling about 5,500 aircraft each day. and handles 20.9 million passengers
Chennai International Airport is one of the top airports in India, particularly in terms of cargo facilities and handles a passenger traffic of about 18 million
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport, Kolkata is 2460 acres in size and is located in Dum Dum. It is India's fastest-growing airport, with a 27% growth in passengers per year.
Sardar Vallabhai Patel International Airport, another significant airport in India, is named after India’s First Deputy Prime Minister. It handles a passenger traffic of 10.1 million
Cochin International Airport airport has three main terminals, two domestic and one international. It also features a cargo port with 120,000 square feet of floor space.