Varanasi Airport Map


Airport Location Map of Varanasi

Airport Location Map of Varanasi
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*The Map showing the Location of Airport in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.

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Airport Name Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport (Varanasi Airport)
Address Airport Director, Airports Authority of India, L.B.S. I. Airport Babatpur, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh-221006
Distance from the city 18 Kms. (North-West)
Telephone 91-542-2622155
E-Mail apdvns@aai.aero
Fax 91-542-2622320
  
Airlines Operating at Airport : 
PassengerAir India, Air India Express, Buddha Air, IndiGo, Jet Airways(JetKonnect), SpiceJet, SriLankan Airlines(Mihin Lanka), Thai Airways, Vistara
Cargo/Charters-
Others-

Facilities:
Type of TransportAvailability
Inter terminus bus serviceNot required as the International & Domestic Terminals are located in the same premises
Metro rail systemNot Available
City bus serviceAirport Bus Service
General taxi serviceNot Available
Pre-paid taxi serviceAvailable
Car rental serviceAvailable
Inter state bus serviceNot Available
Inter state taxi / car serviceCar Rental



Last Updated on 23 December 2011




 
     


     

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