Gwalior Airport

The city of Gwalior has an airport of its own, which is commonly referred to as the Gwalior airport. This airport is situated in the outskirt region of the city. The airport of Gwalior is one of the major airports that are located in the state of Madhya Pradesh .

The airport at Gwalior is situated at a distance of about 8 km towards the north-east of the city. This airport is equipped with almost all the amenities that are expected in a good airport.

The length of the runway is 9000 feet and the height of the runway is 617 feet. The Gwalior airport is situated at 78° 14'' E longitude and 26° 17' 0'' N latitude.

There is one domestic terminal at the airport in Gwalior. One can avail a number of facilities at the airport in Gwalior. Some of the major facilities that are available at this airport are as follows:
  • trolleys
  • telephone
  • wheel chair facility.
If one has to travel to Gwalior either to spend a vacation in leisure or on a work-related tour, then the airport in Gwalior is of great use as it operates a number of good flights. These flights help to communicate btween the historical city of Gwalior and other important parts of the country of India.

Some of the most important places of the country from where one can easily board a flight to Gwalior are Bhopal, Mumbai, Delhi and Indore. These flights offer all the facilities that are necessary for a safe and comfortable air journey. The Indian Airlines flights are available thrice in a week.

Airport Name Rajmata Vijaya Raje Scindia Air Terminal (Gwalior Airport)
Address Airport Director, Airports Authority of India, Rajmata Vijay Raje Scindia Air Terminal, Maharajpura, Gwalior Madhya Pradesh-474020
Distance from the city 10 Kms. North-East
Telephone 91-751-2473880
Fax 91-751-2470080
Airlines Operating at Airport :
Scheduled FlightAir India(Mon, Wed)
Non Scheduled FlightVentura Airconnect (Mon, Wed, Fri)
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Govt. AircraftsGovt. Aircraft

Last Updated on 16th Oct 2012



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