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Mangalore International Airport, Mangalore, Karnataka

Mangalore International Airport is an international airport serving the coastal city of Mangalore, India. It is one of the only two international airports in Karnataka, the other being Kempegowda International Airport, Bangalore. Mangalore International Airport is the second busiest airport in Karnataka.

Mangalore International Airport

Address:Bajpe Main Rd, Kenjar HC, Mangaluru, Karnataka 574142, India
Code: IXE
Mangaluru International Airport
Phone: +91 63588 59896
Elevation: 103 m
Owner: Airports Authority of India
Operator: Mangalore International Airport Limited
Serves: Mangaluru

Services offered at Mangalore International Airport

Shopping and dining: The airport has a variety of shops and restaurants, offering everything from food and drinks to clothing and souvenirs. There are also duty-free shops where you can buy items without paying taxes.

Banking and currency exchange: There are ATMs and currency exchange counters at the airport where you can withdraw cash or exchange your money for Indian rupees.

Free Wi-Fi: The airport offers free Wi-Fi to all passengers.

Information desks: At the airport, you can get help with anything you need, from finding your gate to booking a taxi.

Luggage services: The airport offers luggage services, including baggage wrapping and storage.

Medical facilities: There is a medical clinic at the airport where you can get medical assistance.

Prayer rooms: There are prayer rooms for passengers of all faiths.

Smoking lounges: There are designated smoking lounges for passengers who want to smoke.

VIP lounges: The airport has VIP lounges that offer a variety of amenities, such as comfortable seating, refreshments, and Wi-Fi.

Baby care facilities: The airport has baby care facilities where you can change your baby's diaper and feed them.

Prepaid taxi counter: There is a prepaid taxi counter at the arrival hall where you can hire a taxi to take you to your destination.

Mangalore Airport offers separate guides for arriving and departing passengers. Here's a breakdown of what to expect for both:

Arriving Passengers:

  • Immigration: Upon arrival, keep your passport, visa (if required), and boarding passes handy for immigration clearance.
  • Baggage Claim: Two channels exist for customs clearance: Green Channel for passengers with no dutiable items and Red Channel for those with items to declare. Look for the conveyor belt numbers displayed on screens to find where your luggage will arrive (Carousel No. 1 for International and No. 2 & 3 for Domestic).

Departing Passengers:

  • Check-In: Carry your e-ticket and a valid government ID for verification. Proceed to the check-in counters for your airline to collect your boarding pass and check-in luggage.

Security Check: Once you have your boarding pass, stamp it by CISF personnel before proceeding through security checks.