India’s tallest air traffic control towers

Below is a list of the tallest air traffic control towers in India for which information is  available online. As always, any additions, corrections, or suggestions are most welcome. Information about the airports in Chennai, Lucknow, and Jaipur, among others, would be appreciated.

  1. Navi Mumbai (International) = 344 feet (under development)
  2. Delhi (Indira Ghandi International) = 335 ft. (2019)

Delhi – Source: pinterest.com

3. Mumbai (Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International) = 275 ft. (2013)

Mumbai – Source: indiatoday.in

4. Tiruchirappalli (International) = 246 feet (2021)

5. Hyderabad (Rajiv Ghandi International) = 236 ft. (2008)

Hyderabad – Source: mapio.net

6. Bengaluru (Kempegowda International) = 230 ft (2008)

Bengaluru – Source: mediaindia.eu

7. Ahmedabad (Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International) = 213 feet (2012)

Ahmedabad – Source: ahmedabadmirror.indiatimes.com

8. Kochi (Cochin International) = 200 ft.

Kochi – Source: skyscrapercity.com

9. Kolkata (Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose) = 169 feet (2020)

10. Trivandrum (International) = 160 feet (proposed)

11. Mangaluru (International)  = 82 feet (2014)

12. Trivandrum (International) = 59 feet (current)

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