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7 of The Worst Airports In India

1. Chennai International Airport

Chennai International Airport is the India’s fourth busiest airport and India’s first airport where international and domestic terminals are next to each other. It is in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. However still airport is not as good as it should be. The Airport is not clean, Passenger has to wait in long queues, the immigrations are rude, there are few shops available and also there is shortage of comfortable seats. It is said that even Madurai airport is far superior than this airport.

2. Srinagar International Airport

Srinagar International Airport is in Srinagar in the state of J & K. It is an international airport and is all the time under the strict watch of Indian Air force. It is situated at the distance of 12 km from the city center and has covered above 67 acres of land. It is 5445 feet above from the sea level. The Airport is in mess and needs lot of improvement. It is overcrowded and has long queues everywhere. One of the main reason is road transport is not very good and train service is absent in Srinagar, hence passenger are heavily depended upon air transport, especially during winter. Due to pathetic stage of the state there are several checks and security points, which is a great pain and take a lot of time. It also needs many renovations. Even the staff is not co-operative and airport is always in filthy condition.

3. Bagdogra Airport

Bagdogra Airport is situated at sixteen km west of the Siliguri city, Darjeeling, Bengal. The airport is very outdated it needs to be upgraded. When you are at the airport it looks as if you have travelled back to history. Facilities and conditions are not up to the mark. Airport architecture needs to be revised.

4. Jaiprakash Narayan Airport

Jaiprakash Narayan Airport is situated five kms southwest of city (Patna) in Bihar. It is spread over 254 acres and is 170 feet (52 m) above  sea level. It is a new airport which needs plenty of advancement. Taxi service is very poor and is only available at exit point. There are very less eating options. In fact, due to poor construction in year 2000, an airplane crashed near the airport and 60 people died.

5. Goa International Airport

Goa International Airport, better known as Dabolim Airport is situated in Dabolim  in state of Goa. It is extended over 688 hectares. It is state’s only airport, but still requires lots of improvement. The rest rooms are in bad conditions and did not have a baby care area which is very important if you are travelling with a small child. One incident happened when in October 2012, due to airport staff negligence and bad construction, two pilots and a technical sailor died, when their helicopter crashed while landing.

6. Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport

Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport is also famous as Guwahati International Airport. It is the only international airport of the seven sisters (North-Eastern States of India).It is located in Borjhar in Guwahati. The Airport is very untidy. It is not good for commercial passengers as plenty of time is wasted in security and checking. The military persons and their planes are given high priority. Due to poor weather conditions and inferior facilities often the flight gets delayed.

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7. Shimla Airport

Shimla Airport is the airport situated in Jabarhatti, 22 kilometres from Shimla in Himachal Pradesh. It has a very small terminal as only 50 persons can be handled for arriving flights and only 40 persons for departing flights. The Kingfisher Airlines is the only airline which moves daily from Delhi. In fact it doesn't have the facility of clear announcements about the arrival and departures of flights.

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