Flights to Hubli


Hubli or Hubballi is a major city in Karnataka, and is one of the fastest growing too. Lakes, hills, temples, palaces, places of historic importance, parks, markets, worship places, etc., are some of the options for tourists.

You will find the largest cotton market in India here. This place is the South Western Railway Zone's headquarters too. The public sector airport, TATA Motors factory, and one of the largest logistics company in Asia, VRL Logistics, are the essential economic drivers. There are over 1,000 medium and small industrial units present in Hubli. These units include steel furniture, electrical, machine tools, pharmaceuticals, tanning industries, food products, rubber and leather industries, etc.

Flight Information, Airport Services, and Connectivity

The Hubli Airport is one of the major airports in this part of Karntaka. It is spread over 369 acres of land, where the terminal building is capable of handling 150 passengers. The airport is equipped with basic but important landing and air navigation aids like NDB and PAPI. Hubli Airport is all set to be upgraded to an all-weather airport in the near future with an estimated cost of Rs 160 crore.

Important destinations from here are Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Jabalpur, Mumbai. Most renowned airline operating from here is SpiceJet. Enough transport is available from the airport including hired cars, taxis, etc.

More Information on Hubli

Hubli is spread over an area of 200.23 sq km, and has a population of 13,49,563. The main languages spoken here include Kannada and English.

The must-visit places in and around Hibli include:
  • Tapovan
  • Unakal Lake
  • Basel Mission Church
  • Idgah Maidan
  • Indira Glass House
  • Karnataka College
  • Siddharoodha Math
  • Banashankari Temple
  • Asar
If you want to maximize your enjoyment in Hubli, try to visit the place between October and March.

Last Updated on : August 17, 2018


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