Nagpur International Airport VANP: Nagpur is the third largest city of the Indian state of Maharashtra (after Mumbai and Pune). Officially named Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport, here’s what you need to know to operate to VANP.
|Elevation:||1033.0 feet||Magnetic variation:||0° West|
|Time zone:||UTC+5.30||Coordinates:||N21°5.52′ / E79°2.90′|
|AOE:||Yes||Operating hours:||24 hours|
|Fuel type:||Avgas and Jet||Airport type:||Civil|
|Longest runway:||10550 ft||Number of terminals:||2|
On the Ground
Languages: Hindi and English
Overflight and landing permits:
- Private flights and non-scheduled commercial flights require both overflight and landing permits
- An application must be made through your agent to the DGCA of India with all the required documents to secure permit approval
- They are processed during working hours, Monday – Friday, 0500-1200 UTC, as the office is officially closed on weekends and public holidays
- Emergency and Air ambulance flights are normally processed within the shortest time possible within or outside working hours
Airport security: Thorough security checks take place at all entries to Indian airports. Allow at least 30 minutes before check-in time.
Customs and Immigration: 24 hours
Location: Nagpur is the largest city in central India.
Transport: Nagpur Airport is about 8km from the city centre. The best way to travel is by train. Nagpur is on the central train line between Delhi and Hyderabad and between Delhi and Chennai.
Nagpur has a tropical climate with largely dry conditions all year round, with rain throughout the months of June to September. The summer runs from March to June (average temperatures of about 33°C) and winter from November to January (average temperatures around 5 °C.
- Tekdi Ganesh Mandir
- Dargah Baba Tajuddin
For assistance with your operation to Nagpur International Airport VANP, or another location in India, contact UAS India.