There are several domestic airlines such as Air India, Indigo, Jet Airways, Spice Jet and Kingfisher Airlines operating from this hub. The Indian cities to which these domestic airlines connect are Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata, Indore, Hyderabad, Vishakhapatnam, Delhi and Bhopal. There are few international carriers which serve transportation to Singapore, Bangkok, New York, Dubai and Qatar. The non-scheduled airlines of the airport are Chattisgarh Air Link and Air Odisha. These former airlines connect to Bilaspur, Jashpur, Ambikapur, Korba, Bilaspur and Raigarh while the later connects to only Bhubaneswar.
New integrated terminals have been constructed in the year 2012 which provides the overall airport the quintessential characteristics of an international air plane depot. There are 2 aero bridges, 3 security check points, 2 x-ray machines for luggage scanning and 3 conveyor belts for the easy transport of goods and luggage of the passengers.
I had my flight back to Chennai in the evening. Before I made my way back to Chennai, I had reached at the airport a little earlier which made me go round the depot and take a look at different operations of the airport. I had a good experience all over there and therefore I decided to pen down here.