Jamshedpur Nearest Airport


Jamshedpur-nearest airport is situated at a distance of 91 km at Ranchi. Indian Airlines flights connect the industrial city of Jamshedpur to the rest of India.

Jamshedpur is an important place of commercial and tourist interest. Most of the people who visit the city on a business or official tour prefer to travel by air to save time.

The visitors can easily reach Jamshedpur from the airport of Ranchi by private car, taxi, or buses. The numerous travel agents of the city offer excellent car service to the tourists at reasonable costs.

The tourists can easily avail the Airlines from Kolkata, Delhi, Lucknow and Patna.

The airport of Ranchi is equipped with all the modern infrastructural amenities for a comfortable and pleasant journey to the far off destinations. The visitors can seek the assistance of the travel desk for hiring private cars or cabs to go to Ranchi.

Jamshedpur city has a small aerodrome at Sonari that can accommodate landing of small aircraft and ATR. The Tata Iron and Steel Company have, however, recently decided to build an airport on the periphery of Jamshedpur for enhancing the business prospects of the city.

The executives of the Tata Company have already started initial discussions with the Airport Authority of India who are happy with the initiative.

The establishment of the new airport at Jamshedpur will help the tourists to easily reach the commercial city.



Last Updated on 04 May 2011



     


     

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