|Location||Juhu, Maharashtra, India|
|Hub for||Pawan Hans|
|Elevation AMSL||13 ft / 4 m|
Which is the oldest airport of India?
The country’s first civil aviation museum will come up in a segregated non-operational area of India’s oldest airport – Juhu Aerodrome. The airport started functioning in 1928, serving as the city’s sole airport till 1948 when the present one came up in Santacruz.
Who is the first airport?
College Park Airport in Maryland, US, established in 1909 by Wilbur Wright, is generally agreed to be the world’s oldest continuously operating airfield, although it serves only general aviation traffic.
Which airport is No 1 in the world?
1. Singapore Changi Airport. Singapore Changi Airport once again earned the top prize again this year as the world’s best airport for the eighth consecutive year.
How many airports are there in India in 2020?
There are 464 airports/airstrips in India, out of which AAI manages a total of 137 airports which include 24 International airports (3 Civil Enclaves), 10 Customs airports (4 Civil Enclaves) and 103 Domestic airports (23 Civil Enclaves), as per the Airports Authority of India website.
Which state has highest airport in India?
Chennai: Kerala on Sunday got a new international airport, its fourth, at Kannur, the city located in the north of the state, thereby becoming the state with highest density of international airports in the country.