Borjhar Airport Guwahati Assam
Borjhar Airport Guwahati Assam: Borjhar Airport serves Guwahati, Assam. It is the primary international airport of the North Eastern states of India. Borjhar airport is named after Gopinath Bordoloi who was a freedom fighter and also the first chief minister of Assam after independence. The airport also serves as an Indian Air Force base.
The IATA code of Borjhar airport is GAU and the ICAO code of Borjhar airport is VEGT. The airport terminal area is 93,160 square feet. The airport has 4 check-in counters, 1 immigration counter and 4 security check areas. There are two airport terminals in Borjhar airport:
Borjhar Airport Guwahati Terminal 1: Domestic
Throughout the day, several domestic flights fly from this domestic terminal. It is almost connected to ten Indian airports. Air India, IndiGo Airlines, Spice Jet and various other carriers operate from this terminal.
Borjhar Airport Guwahati Assam Terminal 2:
The international terminal of the airport connects it to major countries of the world. Jet Airways and various other famous carriers operate at regular interval from this terminal. The runway length of Borjhar airport is 9,000 feet and its elevation is 161 feet.
Borjhar Airport Guwahati Contact Number:
The Government of Assam is however taking steps to make Borjhar airport a world class international airport. This is done with a view to enhance tourism in the region. Borjhar airport is an ideal location for establishing an airport. This move will also increase the employment potential in the region.
|Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport
|Airports Authority of India, LGBI Airport, Guwahati – 781015 (Assam)