Saturday, 29 August 2020

Which One Is The Largest Airport in India?

 


The largest airport in India is the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, Shamshabad (Hyderabad), spread over 5,495 acres. Opened on 23 March 2008, it is the city's primary commercial airport. In the financial year 2017-18, it has 18,156,789 passenger traffic, making it the sixth busiest airport in the country by overall passenger traffic. For the same year, it handled 134,141 tons of cargo and 149,581 aircraft movements. Let’s now know more about the largest airport in India



Know More About The Largest Airport In India:

The largest international airport in India is the Rajiv International airport buy Jewar Airport is being built near Noida near Delhi in Uttar Pradesh, which is going to be the largest airport in India. According to a proposal, it will become the 5th largest airport in the world after being ready in the year 2022-23. Its annual capacity will be 3-5 crore passengers. It is being developed in three thousand hectares. 

Jewar Airport is being built keeping in mind the needs of the next 50 years. It is believed that IGI's passenger capacity will be full in the coming five years and by then the Jewar Airport will be ready.

So, let’s now know other vital details about the present largest international airport in India

  • In terms of area, Hyderabad has the largest airport in India. Rajiv Gandhi International Airport of Hyderabad which is present in Shamshabad Hyderabad

  • It is spread over 5,495 acres.

  • According to this, it is the largest airport in India in terms of area.

  • And if we talk about busyness, then this Hyderabad airport comes at number six in India.

  • This modern airport was unveiled in 2008.

  • If seen according to the capacity of the passengers, then Indira Gandhi International Airport of Delhi is the largest airport in India.

  • And here every year the capacity of the passengers is increasing.

  • According to an estimate, about 7 crore people visit Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport every year.

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