Bengaluru International Airport is 30 kilometres Bangalore City Railway Station. It is the 4th busiest airport in India. This smart, modern, efficient, award-winning airport was opened in 2008. There is a good choice of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants. An ambitious expansion plan is underway. There are also plans for a direct rail link with the city centre.
The best deals are often from Manchester, Heathrow, Stansted and Gatwick. Fares from regional airports are a little more expensive. The lowest fares are often with British Airways, Air India, Etihad, Lufthansa, KLM, Emirates and Air France. Flights are frequently indirect. Bangalore Airport is the gateway to Karnataka region. The city is known as the silicon valley of India. Business flights are on the increase in recent years.
Bangalore International Airport,
The Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation shuttle bus connects the airport with key city centre locations. The service is popularly known as Vayu Vajra. The route numbers have the prefix “BIAS”.
Auto rickshaws are not allowed into the airport. You can take a rickshaw to the trumpet interchange and then use an airport shuttle bus to the airport.
Flights are usually indirect.
The cheapest routes are usually from: