Surat Airport is the second busiest airport in Gujarat. At number one it’s Ahmedabad Airport. The airport was initially developed by the Gujarat State Government and was operated by regional airlines Vayudoot and Gujarat Airways. In 2003, the airport was handed over to the Airport Authority of India and in 2007, the commercial flights at the airport began again. The airport is located around 20 km away from the city center and has been spread over 770 acres.
The terminal at Surat airport manages domestic and international flights. There are two baggage carousels and one baggage X-Ray machine, elevators and a seating lounge.
The expansion work of the terminal building is underway and it is expected to be completed by March 2022. With the expansion, the airport will be capable of handling more passengers during peak hours.
Transport: The Surat Airport has great connectivity through Rail and Bus services.
Jaipur Airport is an international airport which is situated in Rajasthan, India. According to the Airports Council International, the airport has also been declared as the Best Airport in the world in the category of 2 to 5 million passengers per annum for 2015 and 2016.
The airport is situated in the southern suburb of Sanganer about 13 km away from Jaipur City Center. In 2005, the airport gains the status of an International Airport.
The airport is a hub for Supreme Airlines and Alliance Air and a focus city for SpiceJet.
Goa International Airport is situated in Dabolim. It’s the only airport in Goa which is why it’s one of the busiest airports in India. The airport was built in 1955 by the Portuguese State of India. Goa was a colonial state of the Portuguese Empire founded six years after the discovery of a sea route to the Indian subcontinent by the Kingdom of Portugal. In 1962, the airport was handed over to the Indian Government.
The airport is around 30 km away from the capital city Panjim. The airport has one terminal.