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India's Most STUNNING Airports - That Put All Other Airports To Shame!

Here is a list of India's most stunning airports. The views above are collated from reviews written by travellers on www.holidayiq.com . More like this : http://trendingonindia.com/travel/

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Agatti Airport, Lakshadweep

Agatti Airport, Lakshadweep

Surrounded by nothing but the Indian Ocean, the 4,000-foot-long Agatti Airport is so random and petite that it could pass off as a piece of a larger runway lost at sea. The airport is the only one in Lakshadweep - a Indian Union Territory comprising 36 exotic islands located off of the southwestern coast of India, and sits on the island of Agatti.

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Lengpui Airport, Mizoram

Lengpui Airport, Mizoram

The 2,500 metre runway of the Lengpui airport is unique as it has many hilly streams running underneath. The airport is one among the three airports in India that has a table top runway, which creates an optical illusion.

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Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport, Leh

Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport, Leh

Kushok Bakula Rimpochhe Airport is an airport in Leh. It's one of the highest airports in the world at 3,256 m (10,682 ft) above sea level.

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Jubbarhatti Airport, Shimla

Jubbarhatti Airport, Shimla

Shimla Airport is located in Jabarhatti, 22 kilometres from Shimla. The airport was constructed by cutting down a mountaintop and levelling the area to form the single runway. The small apron has space for two small aircrafts to park simultaneously.

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Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport

Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport

It showcases to the world the beauty of Indian art and design. Unlike other museums, you would need an international air ticket to enter — this museum with nearly 7,000 artefacts, a 3 km-long art wall and works by over 1,500 artists, is actually housed inside an airport! Somewhere between check-in and baggage claim, Mumbai's new integrated terminal T2 shows off some of the best of Indian arts and craft to foreign visitors as well as Indians.