Nagpur Sonegaon Airport
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Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport (Sonegaon Airport) is an international airport serving the city of Nagpur, in the east Indian state of Maharashtra. Nagpur is a major political and commercial centre in central India, and is served by eight airlines which operate scheduled services to destinations across India and the UAE. This airport is slated to be a multimodal international hub airport and development work started in 2005. The plan involves construction of a second runway, a new terminal building and a cargo complex on a build-operate-transfer basis.
Location of Nagpur Sonegaon Airport, India
Ground Handlers servicing Nagpur Sonegaon Airport
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