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Bangalore International Airport

The new Bangalore International Airport which is opening shortly in few weeks from now indeed is the best in India considering various things like; Infrastructure, Design, Technology, Building & Architecture, Security, features, Facilities, Comfort, Size all in terms of internal, plane parking area, runaway, seating capacity inside airport, etc.

They have a team of highly trained house keeping who are responsible of cleanliness of the airport inside & outside who would ensure the cleanliness, hygeine & neat arrangements at all times of the day through out the year & are operational 24/7 & 365 days a year.

They have higly trained & equipped team if security who would ensure safety & security of the inside & outside of the airport at all times ensuring the best comfort of passengers in terms of security. It has highly sophisticated security cameras & scanners.

It has all good facilites including shopping areas & duty free shops, eat out zones, play areas for kids, library, rest rooms, etc.

It definitely meets high quality international standards & Bangalore will soon become very improved city in India because of this airport.

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3 Responses

  1. jmalhotra says:


    thanks for the update ..have come to know about the details from here..was only aware of its building …but not the hidden facts..

  2. asomormridul says:

    Thanks for your information.

    As the people are getting addicted to luxury and comfort, so the innovations are linked with every infrastructure set up keeping in view the requirements of travellers. As we are at par with the developed countries and attracting thousands of tourist to our country, The GOI is putting more importance over infrastructure developement so as to build the image of the nation.

  3. lkjhgf says:

    This type of explicitly modest airport is necessary to build up everywhere in India. Bangalore is becoming the fastest developing city in India and this shows it.

    The virtue lies in the struggle, not the prize.

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