West Bengal Airports Map


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is one of the most industrialized states. Its capital city, Kolkata is a major hub for the Information Technology. Real estate, financial consultancies, travel and tourism and hotel industry and contributes significantly to the state economy.

It is well connected to other parts of the country. It also has an international airport which links it to the global world. Some of the important airports in West Bengal are Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, Bagdogra Airport, Kalaikunda Airport, Panagarh Airport, Malda Airport, Barrackpur Airport, Behala Airport, Balurghat Airport and Coochbehar Airport. The map shows some of these airports alongwith its two ports, Diamond Harbour and Haldia port.


Last Updated on : 22 March 2013





     


     

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