|Airport type||Military / Public|
|Operator||Indian Air Force|
|Elevation AMSL||2,178 ft / 664 m|
The Government of Karnataka has requested to open the Bidar Defence airports to civilian use. Flights from Bengaluru to Bidar are going to commence from December 01, 2019. The approval has been given to Truejet to operate daily flights from Bidar to Bengaluru.
Bidar Air Force Station
The Indian Air Force operates the Air Force Academy that operates Kiran Mk II trainers while the Hawk Operational Training Squadron (HOTS) operates BAE Hawk Advanced jet trainers Bidar was also base for the Surya Kiran, the aerobatics demonstration team of the IAF.
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The Government of Karnataka was to extend full co-operation and support to the Indian Air Force / Airports Authority of India (AAI) in developing this airport for civilian use and to acquire additional land, if required, for development of civil enclave infrastructure facilities. Bidar Airport is awaiting a No Objection Certificate from the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (GHIAL) in Hyderabad, which is operated and maintained by the GMR Group. An exclusivity clause in the concession agreement signed by the Union government and GMR to develop Hyderabad airport forbids any commercial airport within 150 km radius of GHIAL.
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