Margao by Air



Reaching Margao by air is indeed the best option for those tourists who are coming from various parts of the world. In order to reach Margao via air tourists can avail any flight that would land at the nearest airport of Margao. The nearest airport of the city of Margao is Dabolim, which is 28 kms away Margao. Dabolim airport also known as Goa Airport is very closely located to the city of Vasco-da-Gama. The airport is controlled by the Indian Navy. Some of the airlines which travel to and fro from this airport are Indian Airways, Jet Airways, Sahara Airlines, British Airways and Singapore Airlines. Margao is well-connected to the rest of the country via airways. Excellent air services are provided to on board passengers thus ensuring a safe and sound journey for the tourists who are traveling to Margao.



Last Updated on 20 September 2011





     


     

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