Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport, Indore is the busiest airports in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Named after Maharani Ahilya Bai Holkar of Indore belonging to Holkar dynasty of Maratha Empire, is stated as 20th busiest airport of India.
Airport came into action in the year 1948 when first constructed by Holkar State Administration and then was handed to the government in the year 1950. The runway was renovated to 5600 feet in length and was completed by 1966 to accommodate larger aircraft.
Indore airport is spread in 729 acres which bays to cater to 5 ATR- 72, 3 Boeing 737 aircraft and 4 Airbus A-321. The Airfield is equipped to avail Night Landing facilities, while the 45 metres wide and 2750 metres long runway is further being extended as a part of the expansion plan for airport.
Indore’s integrated terminal was inaugurated on February 14, 2012. It was built by AAI at a cost of Rs. 135 crores and currently handles 700 passengers per hour. The new terminal has Modern Escalators and high-tech baggage handling system and caters to 46 flights everyday.
The Cargo Terminal of Indore Airport has been linked as a satellite Air-cargo complex to CSIA, Mumbai and IGIA, New Delhi. The catchment area of ACC, Indore includes Bhopal, Nagda, Dhamnod, Sarangpur, Ratlam, Dewas, Pithampur etc.
The Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport, Indore would be providing various facilities to cater to the growing demands of passengers at the airport.
Expression of interest sent to CHL, Bombay Hospital, Vedanta Hospital and Aurobindo Hospital.
Free for limited hours. Wi-fi chargable for excessive usage.
T provide coffee, tea and water bottles to people accompanying the passengers to pick or drop them, one at arrival and other on departure.