Located at a distance of 3 km from the city, the Bhuj Airport serves the district of Kutch. Spanning over an area of 832 acres, this airport sustained numerous attacks during the India-Pakistan War of 1971, and was bombed a whopping 92 times, due to its location at a meagre distance of 48 km from the Indo-Pak Border. It was then rebuilt by the local women. The airport also suffered massive loss and was completely damaged in the infamous earthquake of 2001, after which it was completely renovated.
Today, the airport houses a single terminal spread over an area of 6,682 square metres. It boasts of passengers handling the capacity of 200 each for arrivals as well as for departures, the terminal is also equipped with 4 check-in counters and 1 security counters, for added ease of the passengers.
The airport enjoys commendable connectivity with a large number of cities from all across the nation.