Mangalore Airport


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                                                                           Mangalore Airport

Airport Address Information:

Bajpe Airport\Mangalore International Airport
Address: Bajpe Main Rd, Kenjar HC, Karnataka 574142
Phone: 91-824-2220 400

About Airport:

Mangalore Airport formerly known as Bajpe Airport, is an international airport located in the 
coastal city of Mangalore, India. Mangalore International Airport is the second busiest airport 
in Karnataka and it is one of the two international airports in Karnataka. The Airport has 1,600 m
long runway. The second runway 2,450 m long, was opened on 10 May 2006.Mangalore Airport was the first 
airport in Karnataka to have two runways and the first to have a runway made of concrete. The second runway 
2,450 m long, was opened on 10 May 2006. The airport is connected by multiple daily airlines from the prime 
cities in south and west India and it is an international airport serving several flights to major cities in 
the Middle East. The airport was initially used for limited domestic flights, mainly Mumbai and Bangalore.
he terminal was very small and had basic facilities and it was renovated in the early 2000s. The main airlines 
operating at the airport are Air India, Air India Express, Jet Airways and Spice Jet.

Terminals Guide:

Currently the Mangalore Airport has Integrated terminal which operates domestic and Internationl flights:

Integrated Terminal
The integrated terminal has capacity of handling 500 passengers per hour. There are a total of 21 check-in counter, 
14 immigration counters, 8 custom counters and 3 security counters available at the airport. The terminal was very small 
and had basic facilities, it was renovated in the early 2000s. New seats were added, parking controls were introduced, and 
additional cafes were opened. The airport was initially used for limited domestic flights, mainly Mumbai and Bangalore.
Passengers are provided with facilities like trolleys, wheel chair, telephone security hold area, child care room, lost and 
found counter, medical aid, ATMs and assistance to physically challenged passengers. 

Particulars of Airport:

Airport Code:  IATA: IXE / ICAO: VOML
Airport Name:  Mangalore International Airport
City Name: Mangalore
State: Karnataka 
Distance from city: 13 Kms from city

Airport Facilities:

#  Medical Facilties- 
1.Free medical assisstence available

# Restaurants and cafes-
For travellers convenience their are some restaurants available at the airport and their are some recommendations.
1. Coffee Box
3. Curry Kitchen 
4. Cafe ccino
5. Café Coffee Day

# Shops-
1. Shoppers Stop
2. Go duty free

# ATMs and Cash Machines-
1. Bank of Baroda ATM
2. Karnataka Bank Ltd ATM
3. Corporation Bank ATM

# Information Desk-
The Airport provides the information desk for the travellers conveniece where they ask their can queries.

# Luggage services-
1. Provide safety to the customers baggage by wrapping it.
2. Baggage providing counters provides passengers claim checked-in baggage.
3. One can take the trolley service to take luggage till the check-in counter.

Connectivity with the City:

Mangalore Airport, also called as Bajpe Airport, is situated at a distance of 7 km from city centre. It is an 
international airport serving several flights to major cities in the Middle East. The airport is connected by multiple 
daily airlines from the prime cities in south and west India. Various cheap flights to Mangalore fly to and fro from most 
of the major cities including Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and different other cities of the country. The 
main airlines operating at the airport are Air India, Air India Express, Jet Airways and Spice Jet. City bus services are 
available from the airport. These buses ply from the airport to various key points to the city and from city to the airport.
Mangalore airport is facilitated with pre-paid taxi counter where travelers can hire taxi for their specific destination.

About Place:

Mangalore, officially known as Mangaluru, is the chief port city located in the Indian state of Karnataka. The city has a rich 
cultural identity and an eventful history. Mangalore is one of the most important cities in Karnataka and it handles nearly three-fourths 
of the cashew and coffee exports from India. The city has nine different names and the most widely used one is Mangalore, which is its name 
in English. There is a considerable number of tourists in the city throughout the year. English and Hindi are widely spoken, with 
languages like Kannada and Malayalam also being quite popular. Mangalore is the state's only city to have all four modes of transport—air, road, 
rail and sea. This city's International Airport is the second-largest airport in Karnataka. The city's landscape is have rolling hills, coconut palms, 
rivers and hard laterite soil. Industrial, commercial, agricultural processing and port-related activities comprise Mangalore's economy. Major information 
technology (IT) and outsourcing companies like Infosys, Cognizant and Thomson Reuters have their offices at Mangalore. Mangalore is a multi-lingual city where 
several prominent regional languages such as Tulu, Konkani, Kannada, Beary and Malayalam are spoken. Many classical dance forms and folk art are practised in Mangalore. 
Yakshagana is a night-long dance and drama performance while Pilivesha, a folk dance unique to the city, is performed during Dasara and Krishna Janmashtami. 
Karadi Vesha is another well-known dance that is performed during Dasara. 

Places to Visit:

1. Kudroli Gokarnath Temple
2. Panambur Beach
3. Ullal Beach
4. Mangalore Beach
5. Bejai Museum
6. Sultan Battery
7. Mangaladevi Temple
8. Someshwara Beach
9. Surathkal Beach
10. St. Aloysius Chapel and many more places

Mangalore Weather:

Summer (March - May)-
It rains during the summer months too, which hampers your visit to the beaches.
it is advisable to visit the city during the dry months.

Monsoon (June - September)-
Mangalore receives heavy rainfall during the summer months as well as in July and August. 
You get to witness the pomp and show of the two big festivals.

Winter (October - February)-
October and November are the months of festivals like Dussehra, Ganesh Puja and Diwali which are 
celebrated with great enthusiasm here. It is the perfect time to try out the various water sports.