Major Airports in India


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In the past few years, several investments have been made in the Indian air industry to make use of its vast unutilized air transport network. Many low cost air carriers have also entered the Indian market in the past two to three years.

This has also benefited the Indian economy and is the cause of the boom in the tourism industry. The famous tourist spots in India are Mumbai, Kolkata, Goa, Kerala, Delhi, Chennai and Bangalore.

To satisfy the splurge in the demand for air travel, Air India purchased more than 68 jets from Boeing and Indian Airlines purchased 43 jets from Airbus. Others who have recently made significant investments in air travel are Jet Airways, IndiGo Airlines and Kingfisher Airlines.

This has made air travel more luxurious and has immensely benefited the travelers and the travel agents.






Last Updated on : July 9, 2014



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