Kozhikode Calicut International Airport - Terminals

Kozhikode Airport is composed by two terminals: The first one is just for regional and local flights within the country, being the main hub of Air India, and the second one is an international terminal, which mainly hosts flights to the gulf region.


Domestic Terminal

Domestic Terminal is just for domestic and regional flights within the country.

It was the first terminal built and the main hub of Air India, hosting between 80 and 90 flights weekly.

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International Terminal

Kozhikode Airport International Terminal is exclusively for international flights worldwide.

It was built in order to host international flights after the international airport status was received on 2006.

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