Bengaluru Airport

About Bengaluru Airport

Bengaluru International Airport or otherwise Kempegowda International Airport is situated at Devanahallil, 30 kilometers away from the Bangalore City Railway Station. Interestingly it is the first airport in India to be constructed in PPP model that means public-private partnership model. Covering an area of 4,700 acres, the International airport was established in May 2008, replacing HAL airport, Bangalore’s main commercial airport.



The journey of Bengaluru International Airport started when Government of India signed an agreement with Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) in 2004. The Bengaluru International Airport got its name as Kempegowda International Airport after Kempe Gowda I, founder of the city, Bangalore. Officially, the airport was renamed in December 2013. Now, according to latest report, the airport has been selected as the third busiest airport in the country by passenger traffic after Delhi and Mumbai airports.

Facilities

The convenience of the travellers is the first priority of Bengaluru International Airport (Kempegowda International Airport). To cater all the needs of the travellers, the airport authorities have ensured all facilities in the two floors of the airport. They are: More Details..

Connectivity

The Bengaluru International Airport is well connected with the Bangalore city by various transport networks. They are safe and reliable. There are car rentals, taxis, vayu vajra, trains, fly bus etc. Let’s go through it...

Terminals

The Kempegowda International Airports has three terminals, ensuring all facilities for the passengers. They are Terminal 1, Terminal 1A and Hajj Terminal. Let us go through it…cLet’s go on detail...