India’s largest airport terminals (by floor area)


Hyderabad-Rajiv Gandhi Terminal - Source: architecturenorway.no

Hyderabad-Rajiv Gandhi Terminal – Source: architecturenorway.no

Below is a list of the 30 largest airport terminal buildings in India based on the most recent data listed on the Airports Authority of India website,  though other sources were needed for the airport terminals in Bengaluru and Hyderabad. The data shown is provided in square meters and DOES NOT account for future expansion plans. To convert into square feet is as easy as multiplying the provided data in square meters times 10.764.

Area (Square meters)

(ft² = m² * 10.764)

  1.  Delhi = 594,815
  2. Mumbai = 450,000
  3. Chennai = 194,692
  4. Kolkata = 189,815
  5. Bengaluru = 180,000
  6. Hyderabad= 105,300
  7. Ahmedabad = 70,000
  8. Goa = 61,957
  9. Amritsar = 40,175
  10. Bhopal = 26,936
  11. Bhubaneswar = 24,504
  12. Varanasi = 24,000
  13. Vishakapatnam = 21,558
  14. Auranagabad = 20,000
  15. Ranchi = 19,676
  16. Pune = 19,500
  17. Raipur = 18,500
  18. Mangalore = 18,267
  19. Indore = 18,056
  20. Jaipur = 18,000
  21. Tirupati (uc) = 17,500
  22. Vadodora (uc) = 17,500
  23. Srinagar = 16,900
  24. Guwahati = 15,329
  25. Nagpur = 15,000
  26. Chandigarh = 12,500
  27. Udaipur = 12,175
  28. Gaya = 11,000
  29. Agartala = 10,725
  30. Dibrugarh = 10,536

(uc) = under construction

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