Named after the ruler of the Paramara Dynasty, the Raja Bhoj International Airport of Bhopal is situated in Gandhi Nagar, at a distance of almost 15 km from the city centre.
The airport houses a new integrated terminal, designed to handle both, domestic as well as international passengers. Inaugurated in the year 2011, this terminal avails the resources for better management of the increased passenger traffic, while the new runways help accommodate wide-bodied aircrafts with greater ease, thus ensuring the best of services to domestic as well as international passengers.
One of the first airports in Madhya Pradesh to install a 100-kilowatt solar power plant, the Bhopal Airport uses the solar power generated from this plant to operate the utility grid system.
Home to some of the most advanced modern-day amenities, the airport offers impressive connectivity with all the major cities of India. It also avails chartered flights for Hajj Pilgrims Jeddah through Saudi Airline.