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|Owner||Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation|
|Elevation AMSL||1,403ft ft / 429m m|
Yavatmal Airport was constructed in 1998 by the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation.  The airport was largely under-used being used only for government-operated aircraft. With the aim to facilitate increase in air traffic, which in turn, would help boost trade in the region, the Maharashtra State Industries Ministry began the process of modernisation of MIDC airports in 2006. It floated tenders inviting private parties to draw out a plan for airport operations.Reliance Airport Developers Ltd offered the highest bid (Rs 27 crore) for Latur, Nanded and Yavatmal. Yavatmal's 113.93 hectare airport premises were leased for 95 years to Reliance Airport Developers Ltd on October 30, 2009.  Reliance is keen to set up a facility for recycling aero parts at Yavatmal airport. The airport has been devloped by Reliance Infrastructure. The runway length has been increased to 2,100 meters and the appron size has been increased to 160 by 110 meters. The airport has now got 4 parking spots and can handle mid-sized planes. The night landing facility is under devlopment.
Yavatmal Airport has one asphalt runway, oriented 08/26, 2,100 metres long and 45 metres wide, an apron measuring 160 by 110 metres and a small terminal building.
Airlines and destinations
No scheduled flights operate out of Yavatmal yet.
- Reliance Infrastructure
- Guru Gobind Singhji Airport - Nanded
- Latur Airport
- Baramati Airport
- Osmanabad Airport
- Yavatmal airport
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