|IATA: JDH – ICAO: VIJO
|Operator||Airports Authority of India|
|Elevation AMSL||717 ft / 219 m|
The Jodhpur Flying Club was set up by His Highness Maharajah Umaid Singh in the 1920s at a small airfield near his Chittar Palace in Jodhpur. Through the next 3 decades, the airfield grew in stature, being used as an airfield for the Royal Air Force (RAF) during World War II. The airfield was later upgraded in 1950 after the formation of the Royal Indian Air Force (that later became the Indian Air Force). Jodhpur was home to the IAF's Air Force Flying College until the 1965 war.
Jodhpur airport's 12 Acre civil enclave contains a terminal building measuring a built-up 5690 sq.mtrs, that is capable of handling 430 passengers per hour. The terminal has 7 check-in counters and 3 boarding gates.
The adjoining concrete apron measures 140 by 100 metres, and has 3 parking bays to cater to 2 A320 and 1 ATR aircraft simultaneously.
Jodhpur's runway is oriented 05/23, is 2743 metres long and 45 metres wide. The Airfield is Equipped with Night Landing Facilities and an Instrument Landing System (ILS) as well as Navigational facilities like DVOR/DME and an NDB.
Jodhpur Air Base 
Mig-27s, Mig-29s,su-30 mki and Mig-25s are widely used by the IAF from this airfield. It was active during Kargil War of 1999.
Airlines and destinations 
|Air India||Delhi, Mumbai|
|Jet Airways||Delhi, Mumbai|
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- "South Asia's Most Powerful Air Base At Jodhpur". Defence News. 6 October 2011. Retrieved 30 Novemberber 2011.
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- "AAI website". Retrieved 30 November 2011.
- Jodhpur Airport at the AAI
- Airport information for VIJO at World Aero Data. Data current as of October 2006.
- Times of India - "Aviator Maharaja"