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Bathinda Airport

Bathinda Airport

Bhisiana Air Force Station
ICAO: VIBT
Summary
Airport type Civil Enclave
Owner Indian Air Force
Operator Airports Authority of India
Location Bathinda, Punjab, India
Elevation AMSL 662 ft / 201 m
Coordinates
Map
BUP is located in India airports
BUP
BUP
Location in India
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
13/31 9,200 2,804 Concrete/Asphalt

Bathinda Airport (ICAO: VIBT) is a civil enclave at the Bhisiana Air Force Station of the Indian Air Force. The domestic air terminal is being built near Virk Kalan village, 20 kilometres northwest of Bhatinda, Punjab, India.

The Airports Authority of India has constructed the Bathinda civil enclave at a cost of Rs 25 crore on 42 acres of land. The apron will accommodate two ATR 42 type of aircraft simultaneously while the glass and steel terminal building will feature a VIP lounge, two check-in counters, a 30-seater security hold and two conveyor belts. A parking lot for 25 cars is also being constructed.[1]

References

  1. ^ "Bathinda civil airport gets ready for domestic flights after clearance". "Dailypost". 8 May 2012. Retrieved 14 August 2012. 
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