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Best Airports to travel to?

We all know that India and Australia have their fair share of airports. What’s more, is that India is known as the third largest domestic civil aviation market in the world right after the USA and China. With that knowledge, let’s dig deeper to discover the best airports in-between our target destinations of India and Australia.

Best Airports in India

Airports Authority of India (AAI) manages India’s main airports including 11 international airports, 81 domestic airports, 8 customs airports and 25 civil enclaves at defence airfields, which not only connect the cities, but also provide convenient and comfortable stopovers on your journey. At Gaura Travel we provide you with an array of affordable air travel options to the best airports throughout the country.

Best Airports in India

New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport

Most of our outbound flights connect to different cities in India through Indira Gandhi International airport, New Delhi, which is known as the busiest airport in India, as well as 6th busiest airport in Asia and 12th busiest airport in the world. This year, Skytrax World Airport Awards has awarded the Delhi airport as the best airport in India for the forth time in a row.

Not only does the airport offer a world-class shopping and dining experience, it is also one of the cleanest airports that you can find in South Asian region, maintaining its hygiene and cleanliness to a high standard. All this and more has allowed the Delhi airport to cement its rank in the world’s top 50 airports.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, Mumbai

CSMIA is known as one of the busiest and best airports in India, located north of downtown Mumbai. The airport was awarded with ‘World’s Best Airport in 2017’ and titled as ‘Best airport in India and Central Asia’ due to its services and convenience and accessibility to its passengers.

Chennai International Airport (MAA)

Chennai International Airport is located in the state of Tamil Nadu and is formerly known as Madras Airport. During the Covid-19 pandemic period, a majority of our Gaura Travel repatriation flights connected to the domestic flights at Chennai airport, as it currently acts as a hub for domestic airlines. Chennai airport is known as one of the busiest international routes connecting multiple locations across South Asia.

You can experience a wide number of services at Chennai airport including tourist and railway information booths, duty-free shopping, dining, currency exchange, security checks and much more.

Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru

In addition to New Delhi and Mumbai airports, Kempegowda International airport is acknowledged as the third busiest airport in India, located in Bangalore, Karnataka. The airport prides itself by being the first fully solar-powered airport operating in Karnataka and the 29th busiest airport in Asia. Voted as the ‘Best regional airport in Asia and Central India’, you can experience a range of cuisines, shopping, concierge services and more, all in one place.

Best Airports to travel in to Land Down Under

As Australia is known as the biggest country in the Southern Hemisphere, air travel is generally regarded the quickest and most efficient method of transportation both domestically and internationally. There are a vast number of airports in Australia with incredibly innovative design and architecture, as well as countless amenities and services at your disposal.

Best Airports in Australia

Melbourne Tullamarine Airport

Melbourne Tullamarine Airport is the second busiest airport in Australia after Sydney airport, serving more than 35M international and domestic passengers each year. A majority of international and domestic airlines feature deluxe lounges at the terminals in Melbourne Airport, where you can experience all the luxuries and comforts of a high-class hotel before boarding your flight.

Ranked as one of the top 10 airports in the world, you can experience world-class services such as duty-free shopping and dining, luxurious stayover hotels, and extensive facilities that provide comfort and convenience to its travellers.

Sydney Airport

Sydney Airport is the busiest airport Down Under, located in Australia’s largest city, Sydney. It features a range of amenities such as business and first-class luxury airline lounges, a variety of world-class branded shops and restaurants, and provides easy connections to public transport so that you can experience all this great city has to offer with ease.

Acting as a hub for a majority of international and domestic flights across the country, the number of passengers travelling through the airport increases substantially each year. Because of this, plans to expand Sydney airport have been implemented, so that in years to come there will be more of this iconic airport to enjoy.

Brisbane Airport

Brisbane Airport is the largest airport in Australia, as its location in Queensland is known as one of the biggest tourist destinations in the world. In a year it caters to more than 20 million tourists and features a variety of services including world-class dining and shopping. Like other major Airports, many airlines such as Emirates and Qantas offer luxury lounges for their travellers, allowing them to relax and unwind. Brisbane Airport is also renowned for its friendly airport staff, offering a warm welcome to all passengers excited to travel Down Under.

We offer numerous flights with major airlines including Singapore Airlines, Qantas, Air India and many more where you can easily access all these incredible airport destinations. You can find more information regarding travel restrictions and requirements on the official airport websites. Plan your trip with Gaura Travel and experience the best of the best when it comes to deals this year.

Travelling in 2022 with Gaura Travel

As there are no quarantine or travel restrictions required in place, plan your journey to reunite with your family & friends with Gaura Travel in this year 2022. Find all available flights options with us.

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