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Vadodara Airport, an international airport, is located in Vadodara's northeast Harni suburb. It is Gujarat's third busiest Airport after Ahmedabad and Surat.
Currently, Vadodara Airport's terminal is named after Baroda State's Maharaja. However, its construction is different from other airports because of a mix of Gujarati and architectural styles with domes on one roof.
Vadodara Airport's terminal is small and cannot handle many passengers. However, it covers 4519 sq.m. and has a passenger handling capacity of 250. Domestic flights from Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Belgaum and others operate here.
A new Integrated Terminal Building is being constructed to enhance the Airport's capacity and launch international services from Vadodara's Airport. For the same, an international architectural design competition was held to get designs for the new terminal. Eventually, the contract for designing the new terminal was awarded to the United States-based consortium Gensler, Frederic Schwartz Architects and India's Creative Group, the winners of the competition.
New Terminal's foundation stone was laid on 26 February 2009. Construction began in May 2011 and finished in August 2016. The new terminal covers 18,120 sq.m. and can handle 700 passengers per hour (500 domestic and 200 international passengers).
The new terminal has 18 check-in counters. In addition, AAI constructed a night Parking facility that can park around nine Boeing 737-800 or Airbus A320 aircraft. It has proven beneficial in aircraft load at Ahmedabad and Mumbai Airport, and airlines benefited economically.
Vadodara, also known as Baroda, is an east-central city in Gujarat State. It dwells on river Vishvamitra, around 100 km southeast of Ahmedabad.
In 812 CE, Vadodara was known as Vadapadraka, attached to a town named Ankottaka as a hamlet. In the 10th century, Ankottaka was displaced by Vadapadraka as the urban centre. Vadodara was also known as Chandanavati for Dor Rajputs' Raja Chandan, who contorted it from the Jainas. The city has been named frequently from Varavati to Vatpatraka, Baroda and finally, in 1971, Vadodara.
Vadodara's history began in the Hindu period in 1297. Then it flourished under the Muslim Delhi Sultanate from 1297 to 1401. Finally, the nucleus of the present-day Vadodara developed during an independent Gujarat Sultanate from 1401 to 1573. From 1573 to 1734, it fell under the Mughal Empire again and was transferred to the Maratha Empire from 1734 to 1947. During the Maratha period, Vadodara served as the capital of the powerful Gaekwar dynasty.
In 1802, the British established a residency in Vadodara for conducting relations between the Gaekwars and the East India Company. Later on, the company became the handler of British relations with the other Kathiawar Peninsula and Gujarat states.
Vadodara produces various products ranging from homespun cloth and cotton textiles to matches, furniture and machinery. Vadodara is a highway and rail junction. In addition, it has an airport that operates domestic flights.
Cash crops include tobacco, cotton and castor beans. In addition, pulses, wheat, corn (maise), garden crops and rice are grown for local use and export.
Belgaum has a domestic airport also called Belagavi Airport. Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju inaugurated the new terminal building on 14 September 2017. An Indian Airforce Station lies close to the Airport.
The Royal Air Force built the Belgaum Airport in 1942. It is Karnataka's oldest Airport. During World War II, the RAF made it a training site and supported the South East Asia Command. The Airport control was taken over by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) in 1956. Later on, in 1962, the Ministry of Civil Aviation took over the Airport from DGCA. Belgaum Airport received Gujarat airways, East-West Airlines, NEPC Airlines, Vayudoot and Indian Airlines flights during the 1990s. However, all airlines stopped operating at the Airport by the decade's end.
The latest terminal’s inauguration is a part of the airport’s development project. The building is spread across 3600 sq.m. and can handle over 300 passengers at a time.
The Airport has two baggage conveyor belts and six check-in counters. In addition, Belgaum Airport's apron can park three Boeing 737 and Airbus A320 aircraft. On the other hand, the old apron could park only two ATR 72 and similar aircraft. Additionally, two aprons on the north side and one on the south side serve as an isolation bay. Single taxiways connect these aprons to runway 08/26, measuring around 2300 x 45 m. The runway size has been increased by completing a 470 m extension. Hence, the current dimensions of the runway are 2300 x 45 m.
Belgaum is also known as Belagavi or Belgavi. It was formerly known as Venugrama. It is a city that lies in the northwestern part of Karnataka State. It lies in the Western Ghats at around 2500 feet above sea level.
The city's origins date back to the 12th century. Then, it exerted strategic command over the plateau passages to Goa and the Arabian Sea coast to the southwest.
Belgaum was formerly known as Venugrama because of the characteristics of the region's bamboo. Belgaum is a combination of Konkani, Kannada, Goan and Marathi cultures.
Belgaum is the National Highway's busy trading centre. The rail connections from Belgaum reach Pune in the north and Bangalore in the south.
Industries in Belgaum comprise leather, cotton-weaving, soap, clay, pottery and metal utensils. One of the famous parts of Belgaum is Shahpur, known for its silver and goldwork. The Airport lies in the nearby Sambre region.