Hyderabad Airport Connectivity

GMR Hyderabad International Airport Limited

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport

Located 22 km south of downtown, Hyderabad-Rajiv Gandhi International Airport is the sixth busiest airport in India. The airport is named after former Prime Minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi. It replaced the former international airport of the city, Begumpet Airport. The airport was newly constructed in 2008 and currently handles more than 7.6 million passengers annually.

RGIA, though new, already has a number of feathers in its cap. From being rated the No. 1 airport in the world (in the 5-15 million passenger category), to being ranked 5th worldwide (in the Airport Service Quality (ASQ) annual survey by the Airports Council International (ACI)), to being the first airport with the prestigious Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design New Construction (LEED NC) silver-rated certification by the US Green Building Council, an A380-compatible runway, to name a few. The RGIA is the first in Asia and one of the only two airports in the world to have achieved green status so far.

Hyderabad, a potential transit hub of South Asia, is centrally located with well connected national and international air carriers. One can reach Hyderabad from anywhere in the world with ease of time and convenience.
International flights that directly connect to Hyderabad arrive at International terminal where the delegates get a homely welcome while they go through necessary Immigration and Customs formalities.
Hyderabad is also well connected to major metro cities throughout India by domestic airlines.
Rail and Road Connectivity from Hyderabad to all major cities of India is also noteworthy. Trains leaving from Nampally and Kachiguda can also be boarded at Secunderabad Railway Station.


Access from International Cities

Hyderabad has direct international connectivity to Europe (London), Middle East and South East Asia. One can reach Hyderabad either with a direct connection from any of the major hubs connecting Hyderabad or via New Delhi, Mumbai or Kolkata.
Delegates can also take a connecting flight to Hyderabad via New Delhi & Mumbai, as both the cities, have direct connectivity to all major cities of the world and are within 2 hours flight time from Hyderabad.

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