India is considered one of the fastest growing aviation markets in the world. With rapid liberalization of the Indian aviation policy, growth in air travel per capita and boom in the business/tourism sectors, the need for internationally benchmarked airports is greater than ever.
Hyderabad Airport is located around 25 kms from Hyderabad city. Built to the capacity of 40 million passengers per annum, the Airport is designed to handle New Large Aircrafts (NLA), including the Airbus A380. The modular design of the airport will allow incremental expansion of each area, without major rebuilding or operational disruption.
The city of Hyderabad is a natural aviation hub, owing to its strategic location on the map of India. It is connected to all major Indian airports within two hours flying time. Internationally too, Hyderabad makes an ideal transit point for flights from west to east and vice versa.
Taking advantage of the rapidly expanding Indian aviation sector and leveraging Hyderabad's strategic location, the Hyderabad airport is positioned to become an important hub on the global aviation map.