Kempegowda International Airport, known as the Bangalore International Airport, is in Devanahalli. It is a prime suburb of North Bangalore. The airport's name is after “Kempe Gowda,” the founder of Bangalore. It gets operated by Bengaluru International Airport Limited. The airport is across 4000 acres.
The International Airport started in May 2008. It was to reduce the traffic caused at HAL Airport. It is the first solar-powered airport in the city. The International Airport is the third busiest airport. It was the world’s fast-growing airport in 2018.
The airport is on the north side of the city. It is the new hub of Bangalore. It has notable growth and improvements. It has a lot of IT companies. It has connected roads.
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The International Airport gets connected to the city through NH 44. It is a six-lane flyover between Hebbal and Airport. There are two alternative routes through Thanisandra and Hennur to improve connectivity. The distance between Sarjapur and Bangalore Airport is also less.
BIAL works to help smooth and seamless transport options. Many Volvo buses are operating at the airport. There is a frequency of at least once every 30 minutes. The Metro link between the airport and the city is with two stations at the airport. The rail network connects to the airport terminal through short shuttle buses.
The Distance between Sarjapur and Bangalore Airport is 38 Km by road. The distance between Sarjapur and Bangalore Airport is 39 km and 300 meters. The miles distance is 24.4 miles. The driving distance is 62 Km.
Sarjapur is around 39 Km away from the airport. It will take 1 hour and 12 minutes to reach by driving. Bus timings are approximately 1 hour. The Bus fare from Sarjapur to the Airport is Rs.47.
The Metro rail is soon extending its tracks. The construction is ongoing now. After the completion of the Metro, the area will connect to the rest of Bangalore. Traveling between Metro Rail will take 30 minutes. The Majestic Bus Stand and the City's Railway Station are 15 kilometers away. The Peripheral Ring Road connects Bellary Road, Hosur Road, and Old Madras Road.
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