Nagpur Airport is an international airport serving the city of Nagpur, Maharashtra, India. In 2005, it was named after Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Internation Airport. The airport handles around 2 million passengers per year and caters to four domestic airlines and two international airlines connecting Nagpur to Sharjah, Doha and 12 domestic destinations (Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad). The airport is spread over 1,460-acres.
The new Integrated Terminal Building was inaugurated on 14 April 2008. It covers an area of 17,500 square meters and has the capacity to handle 550 arriving and departing passengers during peak hours. The new terminal building has 20 check-in counters and 20 immigration counters. The Integrated Terminal Building is equipped with facilities such as passenger bridges with visual docking guidance system and baggage conveyor system. A car park to accommodate 600 cars at a time has been built. Eight new parking bays were added to take the number of bays to 18. For improving city-side connectivity, a new approach road to connect the terminal building with the main highway has been constructed. To improve the navigation facilities at Nagpur airport,