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A few connecting flights between Bhopal and Dimapur operate on specific dates. The connecting flights have layovers through cities such as Delhi and Kolkata.
Dimapur Airport (IATA : DMU, ICAO : VEMR) is the only civil airport in Nagaland. Three active airlines are servicing to and from Dimapur Airport: Air India, IndiGo and Alliance Air. Dimapur Airport's common connectivity routes are Kolkata, Guwahati, Imphal, Shillong and Delhi. The airport is located at the 3rd mile of NH 29. It is one of the historic airports built during the Second World War.
Facilities available at the airport include childcare rooms, wheelchair assistance, ATMs, medical facilities, and trolleys. If one has ample time before boarding their flights, they can eat and dine at any of the multiple snack counters. The airport also offers a tourist information centre in the arrivals lounge where visitors may get assistance and learn about things to do in Dimapur.
The airport has a single domestic terminal with one boarding gate. For travellers' convenience, the Dimapur Airport terminal features two check-in counters. The Nagaland state bus station is only 8 km away, and the Nagaland railway station is only 7 km away. Passengers can use general taxi services, buses, or private vehicles to get to the airport. Hotel Tragopan and Hotel Theja Fort are two inexpensive hotels within 5 km of the airport. Grace Tower Guest House and The Oasis Guest House are two other places to stay in Dimapur.
Covering an area of 927 sq km and having a population close to four lakhs, Dimapur is the largest city in Nagaland. The word Dimapur is a variant of Dimasa: 'Di' stands for 'water,' 'ma' for 'big,' and 'pur' for 'city.' The Dhansiri River runs through Dimapur. English is the official language; however, Nagamese is widely spoken in Dimapur. The city's heritage is rich in tribal culture, especially of the Kachari tribes that existed before the 13th century. Axone, bamboo shoots, and fermented dry fish are must-tries in Dimapur. The state's Hornbill Festival is well-known around the world. Tourists must travel from Dimapur to Kohima and then to the festival grounds in Kisama Heritage Village, 18 km from Kohima, to soak in the richness of the festival.
Bhopal Airport (IATA: BHO, ICAO: VABP) is located 15 km northwest of Bhopal. It is popularly known as Raja Bhoj Airport. Its terminal building handles domestic and international passengers. The terminal building is well-equipped with medical aid, childcare rooms, car rentals and prepaid taxi counters, a tourist information centre, a lost and found baggage counter, and comfortable and well-maintained travel lounges with plenty of entertainment and food options. Hotel Sonali Regency, Hotel Shagun, and Hotel Raja Bhoj are some of the affordable hotel options near the airport.
Established in 1972, the city, with an area of 2772 sq km, is one of the most densely populated cities. The languages spoken in the city are Hindi, Urdu, Gujarati, Marathi and Sindhi. Traditionally, the women in the area wear Bandhani saree, lehenga and choli, and odhni, while men wear mirza and Bandi or dhoti and safa. Bhopal Utsav Mela, Rashtriya Hindi Natya Samaroh, Lokrang and Dhrupad Samaroh are some of the festivities celebrated in Bhopal.