Bihar Airways

Bihar airways well connect it to the rest of India. Patna, the capital city of Bihar, has an airport which is connected by regular flights with Mumbai, Kolkata, Lucknow, Delhi and Kathmandu. Major airlines like Indian Airlines and Sahara Airlines regularly operate flights to and from this city.

Some information about the airways of the important destinations of Bihar is given below:
  • Airways of Patna:

    It is connected with Kolkata, Delhi, Bombay, Ranchi and Lucknow.

  • Airways of Vaishali:

    The nearest airport is Patna, which is located at a distance of 70 kilometer from Vaishali. This airport connects it to Mumbai, Kolkata, Lucknow, Delhi and Ranchi.

  • Airways of Bodhgaya:

    The nearest airport is located at a distance of 17 kilometer at Gaya. Most airlines from important Indian cities touch Patna, which is 135 kilometer away from Bodhgaya.

  • Airways of Nalanda:

    The nearest airport is Patna, which is just 90 kilometer away from Nalanda. From Patna, regular flights are operated by several public and private airlines which connect it to other cities like Delhi and Kolkata.

  • Airways of Rajgir:

    The nearest airport is Gaya, though the most convenient one is the airport in Patna. This airport is well connected by airways to cities like Delhi and Mumbai.

  • Airways of Jamui:

    Jamui is near to both Jaya Prakash Narayan International Airport and Gaya International Airport.

  • Airways of Deogarh:

    The nearest airport is at Patna, which is 281 kilometer away from Deogarh.

  • Airways of Pawapuri:

    The nearest airport is located at Patna at a distance of 101kilometer.

Last Updated on 14 June 2013



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