Kadapa Airport (IATA: CDP, ICAO: VOCP) is located 12 km north west of Kadapa (formerly Cuddapah) in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is spread over 669.5 acres (270.9 ha) of land and has been upgraded at a cost of Rs. 42 Crore. The upgraded airport was inaugurated on 7 June 2015 by Indian Civil Aviation Minister, Ashok Gajapathi Raju. The Airport terminal building has a capacity to handle 100 peak hour passengers at a time and the apron can accommodate 3 ATR-72 type of aircraft.
In 2009, a new 6,562 ft × 150 ft (2,000 m × 46 m) runway was completed under the Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) basis at a cost of Rs. 21 crore. In addition, a 11-km long compound wall was constructed with an outlay of Rs. 24 crore. In the second phase, an Air Traffic Control (ATC) building, passenger terminal, parking bays and internal roads were built at a cost of Rs. 13 crore. Other facilities were developed at an estimated cost of Rs 8 crore.
Scheduled commercial flights to the airport commenced on 7 June 2015 when Air Pegasus launched its thrice weekly ATR-72 service to Bangalore.