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Due to inclement weather, Wickremesinghe, accompanied by an eight-member team, had to travel by road from Mangalore International Airport.
Tenders are invited for Tender for vehicle parking rights(short term) at mangalore international airport
Director of Mangalore International Airport VV Rao released the following statement in response to Hashim's complaint, which was filed via the Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi.
Mangalore: The Mangalore International Airport which came under flak for being unsafe after an aircraft crashed while landing in 2010, killing 158 people, will now be commissioned with an advanced and modern air traffic control (ATC) tower.
Shashidharan was sure that his act would go undetected despite the Customs and Immigration sleuths at the Mangalore International Airport.
Mangalore Air Cargo Complex at Mangalore International Airport (MIA) at Kenjar here that handled 35 metric tonnes of export cargo in November is capable of handling 240 metric tonnes per month in future.
The HAL Airport in Bangalore and the Mangalore International Airport are the two airports that offer international flights to and fro Karnataka.
Fifteen people with links to Manama were among the 158 passengers killed when an Air India Express Flight from Dubai crash-landed and burst into flames at Mangalore International Airport in May.
The Mangalore International Airport, where an air India Express flight crashed Saturday killing nearly 170 people, opened in 1951 as the Bajpe Aerodrome when then prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru arrived on the maiden flight.
Indian authorities have found the flight data recorder of the Air India Express Boeing 737-800 that crashed at Mangalore International Airport on 22 May.
Air India, Boeing Indian authorities have found the flight data recorder of the Air India Express Boeing 737-800 that crashed at Mangalore International Airport on 22 May.
Fifteen relatives and friends of Bahrain residents were among 158 people killed when Air India Express flight IX812 from Dubai crashlanded and burst into flames at Mangalore International Airport in Karnataka at around 6am local time.