Deogarh Airport, Jharkhand, is now ready to operate domestic flight operations. The city of Deogarh is known for its religious and spiritual significance, and is a popular tourist destination.

After all the formalities like technical NOC, Govt approvals will complete and soon the airport will start operating flights, and trials will be completed by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation.

The airport which is spread over an area of ​​650 acres, is inspired by the structure of Baba Baidyanath Temple, one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India. Deogarh airport is also an eco-friendly airport, as it has installed water harvesting system and solar power.

Deogarh Airport is the second airport in the state after Ranchi. Its terminal building is decorated with tribal art, handicrafts and local landmarks. It has six check-in counters, and can handle a total of 200 passengers. 

The terminal has all kinds of modern facilities including 24-hour medical assistance. This will be of great convenience to the commuters of Dumka, Gonda, Banka and neighboring Bihar state.

Deogarh airport director Sandeep Kumar Dhingra said, "Deoghar Airport is a domestic airport where Airbus A-320 & A-321 can land on a runway, which is 2,500 meter. Its width is 45 meter. It has four parking bases for A-320 & A-321. We have six check-in counters, a departure conveyor, and two arrival conveyor belts. X-rays, security equipment, and CCTVs have also been installed inside the terminal."


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