Kempegowda International Airport

Provident Botanico Kempegowda International Airport, originally known as Bangalore International Airport, is located in Devanahalli, a prime suburb of North Bangalore. The Airport is spread across 4000 acres, owned and operated by Bengaluru International Airport Limited (BIAL). The name is named after "Kempe Gowda" who founded Bangalore.

H.A.L. Airport was the City's only real principal commercial Airport in the early days. Kempegowda International Airport was first introduced in May 2008 to reduce the blockage caused at H.A.L. Airport. It is among the first fully solar-powered airports in Karnataka, which CleanMAx Solar developed.

The International Airport is also considered the third busiest Airport by passenger traffic and the 29th busiest Airport in Asia. The Airport handled around 10.91 million passengers in 2020, with 311 daily aircraft movements. It was also awarded the World's fastest-growing Airport in 2018, with approx. 15 million annual passengers.


The Airport is positioned in Devanahalli, the new hub of North Bangalore, with notable growth and improvements. North Bangalore has much potential, with remarkably well-connected roads and ample industries in this territory, building capital appreciation. Prominent Business Parks situated in the vicinity are increasing the financial potential of the region. They are:

  • Manyata Tech Park.
  • Aerospace SE
  • Devanahalli Business Park
  • KIADB Park
  • Bagalur Finance City
  • Shell Technology Center


Kempegowda International Airport is connected to the City via NH 44, a 6-lane flyover between Hebbal and Airport to reduce travel time to and from the City. There are two other alternative routes via Thanisandra and Hennur to improve connectivity further.BIAL works with several other government firms to facilitate smooth and seamless transport options that are open to the public.

  • Vajra Vayu – An air-conditioned bus service operated by BMTC (Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation). 46 Volvo buses are operating to the Airport, ensuring a frequency of at least once every 30 minutes
  • KSRTC FlyBus – Bus service connecting cities in Karnataka and South India
  • Pink Taxi – Special cabs set up for women passengers only

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The Namma Metro link between the Airport and the City is planned with two stations at the Airport. The rail network halting at K.I.A. is connected to the airport terminal via short five-minute shuttle buses. The plans also include hyper-electrification of the route to introduce comfortable MEMU trains to the Airport.

Along with this development, MEMU trains from Mysore that terminate at Yelahanka are slated to be extended up to Devanahalli through the K.I.A. halt station, benefitting airport-bound passengers from Mysore, Ramanagara, and Bidadi.

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