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Biju Patnaik International Airport

hubaneswar, Odisha
Biju Patnaik International Airport, also known as the Bhubaneswar Airport, is is the primary international airport serving Bhubaneswar, the capital city of Odisha. Wikipedia
Address: Airport Road, Bhubaneswar, Odisha 751020
Code: BBI
Phone: 0674 259 6305
Passenger count: 32,50,635
Owner/operator: Airports Authority of India
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Biju Patnaik International Airport
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Biju Patnaik International Airport
BPIA Bhubaneswar.jpg
IATA: BBI ICAO: VEBS
Summary
Airport type Public
Owner/Operator Airports Authority of India
Serves Bhubaneswar
Location Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India
Opened 17 April 1962
Hub for Air Odisha
Elevation AMSL 42 m / 138 ft
Coordinates 20°14′40″N 085°49′04″ECoordinates: 20°14′40″N 085°49′04″E
Website Biju Patnaik International Airport
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Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
05/23 1,380 4,525 Asphalt
14/32 2,743 9,000 Asphalt
Statistics (April 2017 – March 2018)
Passengers 3,250,635 (Increase39.4%)
Aircraft Movements 23,155 (Increase35.6%)
Cargo Tonnage 7,843 (Decrease4.8%)
Source: AAI[1][2][3]
Biju Patnaik International Airport (IATA: BBI, ICAO: VEBS), also known as the Bhubaneswar Airport, is is the primary international airport serving Bhubaneswar, the capital city of Odisha. [4] It is named after the former chief minister of Odisha, Biju Patnaik, who was also a famed aviator and freedom fighter. On 5 March 2013, a new terminal (T1) was inaugurated by Minister of Civil Aviation, Ajit Singh. This terminal caters to all domestic flights whereas the other terminal (T2) has been refurbished to support international operations. The airport is spread over an area of 836 acres. [5] The Government of India accorded international status to the airport on 30 October 2013.[6] As per latest reports, Bhubaneswar Airport was ranked the 15th busiest airport in India by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) & 11th among Airport maintained by AAI registering a 39.4% growth in traffic over the previous year.

Contents
1 Terminal
1.1 Terminal 1
1.2 Terminal 2
2 Coast Guard Air Enclave
3 Airlines and destinations
4 See also
5 References
6 External links
Terminal
Terminal 1

Terminal 1 Interior
Inaugurated in March 2013, the terminal has a capacity of 4 million passengers per annum and was built at a cost of Rs 145 crore.[5][7] The new terminal has been developed by the AAI as part of the upgrade of 35 non-metro airports across the country.[8] Terminal T1, a two-storied building with a total area of 18,240 square metres (196,300 sq ft), consists of 2 aerobridges, 4 elevators, several escalators, 18 check-in counters, 3 arrival luggage conveyors, a spa, and multiple seating areas. Apart from the Departure and Arrival Lounges, T1 terminal also has several other lounges, including VIP Lounges, Pal Heights Spa Lounge, Dakota Lounge and Mayfair Lounge.[5][9] The terminal is environment-friendly, built according to green building standards, with sewage treatment plants and provision for rain water harvesting. The internal walls of the terminal are decorated with tribal motifs, designs, masks, and sculptures derived from Odisha’s culture.[10] The new terminal also has food kiosks, gift shops, bookstores, art galleries and handloom/handicraft kiosks.[11] The terminal was built by Lanco Infratech (Octamec).[12]

Terminal 2

Terminal 2 Interior
Terminal 2 handles international operations to and from the Biju Patnaik International Airport. It was built in the mid 1960s to cater domestic flights. The terminal being built over an area of 5,178 square metres (55,740 sq ft), consists of 6 check-in counters, 10 immigration counters, 4 customs counters, numerous amenities and multiple seating areas.[13]

Coast Guard Air Enclave

Biju Patnaik International Airport (BPIA) Airside
The Coast Guard Air Enclave along with the 743 Dornier Squadron was commissioned by former Vice Admiral Shashwat Kumar sahoo, Director General of the Indian Coast Guard in Biju Patnaik International Airport on the 15th of December 2014.[14] The units operate under the operational and administrative control of the Commander of the Coast Guard Region (North East) through the Commander, Coast Guard District No 7 (Odisha). Several strategic air operations are streamlined and synergized for the protection of the sea areas off the Coastal Odisha.[15]

Airlines and destinations
Airlines Destinations
AirAsia Kuala Lumpur–International
AirAsia India Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Ranchi
Air India Bangalore, Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai
Air Odisha Jharsuguda, Rourkela (both begin 15 June 2018)[16]
GoAir Kolkata, Mumbai
IndiGo Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Visakhapatnam
Vistara Delhi
See also
Airports in India
List of busiest airports in India by passenger traffic
Air Odisha
References
“Traffic News for the month of March 2018: Annexure-III” (PDF). Airports Authority of India. 1 May 2018. p. 4. Retrieved 1 May 2018.
“Traffic News for the month of March 2018: Annexure-II” (PDF). Airports Authority of India. 1 May 2018. p. 4. Retrieved 1 May 2018.
“Traffic News for the month of March 2018: Annexure-IV” (PDF). Airports Authority of India. 1 May 2018. p. 4. Retrieved 1 May 2018.
“Pilot information for Biju Patnaik Airport”. ourairports.com. 2012. Retrieved 5 August 2012.
“New terminal at Bhubaneswar airport starts operations”. Business Standard. 14 March 2013. Retrieved 17 March 2013.
“Centre accords international tag to Bhubaneswar airport”. The Times of India. 31 October 2013.
Singha, Minati (5 March 2013). “International airport to take off by June”. Times of India. Retrieved 5 March 2013.
Barik, Bibhuti (8 August 2011). “March date for swanky airport”. The Telegraph. Calcutta, India. Retrieved 17 March 2013.
Barik, Bibhuti (24 June 2011). “Airport work speeds up — Capital set for take-off in style”. The Telegraph. Calcutta, India. Retrieved 17 March 2013.
“New terminal at Bhubaneswar airport thrown open”. Times of India. 6 March 2013. Retrieved 17 March 2013.
Ramanath V, Riyan (5 February 2013). “Plans to provide spa facilities at airport”. Times of India. Retrieved 18 March 2013.
“Lanco Infratech bags Rs 92 cr order from AAI”. Business Standard. 4 June 2010. Retrieved 30 December 2013.
“Bhubaneswar – Technical Information”. Airports Authority of India. 22 August 2016. Retrieved 25 May 2017.
“Coast Guard’s new air enclave inaugurated in Bhubaneswar”. 15 December 2014. Retrieved 12 October 2016.
“Commissioning of Coast Guard Air Enclave Bhubaneswar & 743 Squadron (CG)”. 15 December 2014. Retrieved 12 October 2016.
“Air Odisha – Flight Schedule”. 2 May 2018. Retrieved 3 May 2018.

Nuapada

Pataleswar Temple,Budhikomna
Pataleswar Temple

The District of Nuapada was a part of Kalahandi District till early March 1993, but for the administrative convenience, Kalahandi District was divided into two parts i.e. Kalahandi and Nuapada vide State Government Notification No. DRC-44/93/14218/R. dated 27th March 1993. Nuapada District now comprises one sub-division (Nuapada), two tahasils (Nuapada and Khariar) and five Community Development Blocks (Khariar, Sinapalli, Boden, Nuapada and Komna).It is believed that the District of Kalahandi formed in ancient time a part of Mahakantara territory. During 4th century A.D. Continue reading Nuapada

Ganjam

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Ganjam District derived its name from the word “Ganj–i–am” which means the “Granary of world”. From other sources it also revels that Ganjam District is named after the Old Township and European fort of Ganjam situated on the northern bank of river Rushikulya, which was the headquarter of the District.

Jaugada, Ganjam
Jaugada, Ganjam
The rock edicts of King Ashoka and the inscriptions clearly indicates that the present tract of Ganjam was a part of the Kalinga Empire, which was under the jurisdiction of King Ashoka. However after the disappearances of the Mauryan empire and the downfall of their absolute supremacy, the Ganjam region was also disappeared from the political scenario of Odisha and was in a dark oblivion till in 1761, it was recognised as The French Bussy.When the French arrived Ganjam District was sub divided into several parts.

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Baleswar

s part of the ancient Kalinga which later became a territory of Toshala or Utkal, till the death of Mukunda Dev. It was annexed by Moghuls in 1568 and remained as a part of their suzerainty up to the middle of eighteenth century, to be precised up to 1750-51.Then the Marahattas occupied this part of Odisha and it became a part of the dominion of the Marahatta Rajas of Nagpur.The East India Company ceded this part through a treaty called treaty of Deogaon in 1803 and it became a part of Bengal Presidency up to 1912.But the first English Settlement came into existence in Balasore region in 1634 while Sahajahan was the emperor at Delhi.

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sundargarh

About Sundargarh District
Sundargarh District was constituted on the 1st January, 1948, out of the two ex–States of Gangpur and Bonai, which merged with Odisha on that day. True to its name, this beautiful District of Sundargarh with about 43 percent of its total area under forest cover and numerous colourful tribes dotting its landscape and with abundant mining potential is bounded by Ranchi District of Jharkhand on the North, Raigarh District of Chhatisgarh on the west and North West, Jharsuguda, Sambalpur and Angul Districts of Odisha on the South and South East and Singhbhum District of Jharkhand and Keonjhar District of Odisha on the east.

The Sundargarh town is the district headquarter. Geographically, the district is not a compact unit and consists of widely dissimilar tracts of expansive and fairly open, dotted with tree, clad isolated peaks, vast inaccessible forests, extensive river valleys and mountainous terrain. Broadly speaking, it is an undulating tableland of different elevations broken up by rugged hill ranges and cut up by torrential hill streams and the rivers IB and Brahmani. The general slope of the District is from north to south. Because of this undulating, hilly and sloping nature of landscape, the area is subjected to rapid runoff leading not only to soil erosion but also to scarcity of water for both agriculture and drinking purposes. Brahmani, Sankh, Koel and IB are the major rivers flowing though this District. Covering a geographical area of 9712 sq.kms, Sundargarh District is the second largest District of the state, accounting for 6.23 percent of its total area. Out of this total area, forests cover 4232.57 sq km, this being the second largest in the state, accounting for 8.53 percent of the state total.

Sundargarh District has 3 sub divisions, 16 Tehsils, 17 Blocks and 262 Gram panchayats. Topographically, this district is located between latitude 21 degree 36’ N to 22 degree 32’ N and longitude 83 degree 32’ E to 85 degree 22’ E. The population of this District is 2,080,664, this being the fifth most populous District of the state. Its rural population exceeds twelve lakhs and the urban population is more than six lakhs. The male literacy rate is 82.13 and female literacy rate in the District is 65.93.

The climate of this District is characterized by extremely hot summers and cool winters. Climate is hot & moist sub humid. Normal rainfall of the District is approximately 1230 mm, but there is a deviation in receipt of rainfall pattern which is influencing crop production.

Sundargarh is recognized as an industrial district in the map of Odisha. Steel Plant, Fertilizer Plant, Cement factory, Ferro Vanadium Plant, Machine building factory, Glass and china clay factory and Spinning mills are some of the major industries of this District. Sundargarh occupies a prominent position in the mineral map of Odisha and is rich in iron ore, limestone, manganese, dolomite, and fire clay. Major industries are the Odisha Cements ltd, Hart Fertilizers Ltd, and Odisha Industries Ltd. The industrial town of Rourkela in this District has the first government sector plant built with foreign collaboration and was the first in India to use LD oxygen technology.

Still, more than 50 percent of the people earn their livelihoods from agriculture and allied sectors. Sundargarh District is coming under the North Western Plateau Zone as per the agro climatic zone of Odisha. Soil group of the Sundargarh district is mixture of red and yellow soil. Out of the 3,13,000 hectares of cultivated land, 52 percent is upland, 30 percent is medium land and 18 percent is low land. As paddy is the main crop, 75 percent of the land is covered with paddy during Kharif. Due to limited irrigation facilities, 24 percent land is irrigated during Kharif and 8 percent of land is irrigated during Rabi.

The education circle of Sundargarh revenue District was bifurcated from Sundargarh to Sambalpur education circle and came to existence since 1968 with area of operation within the geographical territory of Sundargarh revenue District. There are several educational institutions in Sundargarh District. National Institute of Technology NIT at Rourkela, Government college Rourkela, S.G. Women’s College Rourkela etc are prominent among them.

Sundargarh District celebrates many festivals around the year. Important festivals of the District are Nuakhai, Rath Yatra, Ramanavami and Nama Sankirtana. Nama Sankirtana is a form of worshipping Lord Krishna and Lord Rama in a gathering.

Sundargarh District is one of the tourist attraction spots of Odisha. The District is visited by a large number of tourists round the year. Places like Rourkela, Vedavyasa, Manikmonda, Manindra dam, Ghogar, Khandadhar and Darjeeng are the important tourist spots of the district.

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List of personalities holding the highest offices and important positions in Executive, Judiciary and Legislature in the District

Public Representatives
MPSMLAsZilla Parishad
Collector & District Magistrate, Koraput
Shri K Sudarshan Chakravarthy IAS Contact details:

Shri K Sudarshan Chakravarthy IAS
Phone : 06852250700
Mob :
Fax : 06852250466
Email : dm-koraput@nic.in Address for Correspondence:

Collector & District Magistrate , Collectorate Koraput 764020 Odisha
Superintendent of Police Koraput
Dr Kanwar Vishal Singh IPS Dr Kanwar Vishal Singh IPS
Phone : 06852250901
Email : spkpt.orpol@nic.in Superintendent of Police Koraput 764020 Odisha
Sub Collector Koraput
Krutibas Rout OAS Gr A SB Krutibas Rout OAS Gr A SB
Phone : 06852251238
Email : subcol.kora@nic.in Sub Collector Koraput 764020 Odisha
District Informatics Officer
Sailabala Prusty Sailabala Prusty
Phone : 06852250307
Email : orikor@nic.in NIC District Centre KBK Building Koraput 764020 Odisha
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Anugul

lcome to Angul District
Angul CollectorateThe District of Angul situated at the heart of Odisha was a part of Undivided Dhenkanal District till early March 1993, but for the administrative convenience, Dhenkanal District was divided into two parts i.e. Dh…

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Bhadrak

ABOUT DISTRICT

Bhadrak District is an administrative District of Odisha state in eastern India. The District is named after the town of Bhadrak, which is the District headquarters. It came into existence on 1st April 1993.

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District at a Glance

  • Area: : 2505 Sq.Km.
  • Population: : 1506522
  • Language: : ODIA
  • Villages: : 1370
  • Male: : 760591
  • Female: : 745937