The best airports, the ones that make India’s aviation infrastructure better, the best-run airports and the best new ones that are being built or will be built are listed in the top 100 list.
India’s airports, one of the world’s most popular destinations for tourists and businessmen, are often overlooked and under-reported.
The list includes more than 1,300 airports in 30 countries, covering the whole of India and a significant portion of its densely populated, mostly urbanised and economically-inclined north.
This list of the top Indian airports is the result of a research project led by the Institute of Indian Aviation (IIA), a joint venture between the government of India, the World Bank and the World Economic Forum.
The IAI’s team compiled the list with data on the top five-star (5 stars) and two-star airports, as well as the airports in their respective provinces, to provide a complete picture of the global airports.
The list also highlights the airports that are getting the most investment, are getting upgraded, are currently under construction or will soon be constructed and is updated every three years.
While India has the most airports with over 1,500, only four airports have a rating of 5 stars.
Of these, six are located in the north and three are located near Delhi.
They are:Dhanbad, Bhubaneswar, Indira Gandhi International Airport, Indirapuram, and Thiruvananthapurana International Airport.
The remaining four are located across the country.
The airports in this category are generally better than the ones in the other categories because they have a high level of passenger traffic and/or have low landings.
A four-star airport has about 70,000 to 80,000 passengers per day.
An airport with three stars is usually in the process of upgrading, while one with two stars is still in the construction phase.
The airport category was chosen based on a combination of factors including the following: The number of airport projects being undertaken; The number and location of airports that make the airports better; The quality of the airports; The airport’s ability to accommodate aircraft; The ease of access to the airports.
While the best ranked airports have better traffic and landings, the other factors of the ranking are of a similar nature.
There are many factors that go into the ranking process, and there are not always obvious connections to a particular airport.