Bellary Airport BEP
Bellary airport is located in India in the state of Karnataka. Its code is BEP, and it was used as an airstrip during the world war ll by the British army during the British rule in the sub-continent. Currently, this particular airport is not operational, and it is used to carry out domestic flights only to the nearest airports.
Bellary airport used to operate flights to Bangalore and Goa, however, it was considered the nearest airport for Hyderabad, Bangalore, and Whitefield. Once, only two airlines were operating to this destination, Air Deccan and Vayudoot airlines.
This airport falls under the category of small airports and has a runway of 1000ft. It is a domestic airport, and no international commercial flight has taken off after the World War II incident. It was constructed during the British rule to serve their need for a military base.
During the times when Bellary airport was operational, it was reachable by any means of transportation. It has sufficient car parking space for those who wish to drop off their family and friend at airport themselves, whereas one can get to Bellary airport by a private taxi or local bus service. Car rentals are not available at the airport.
For the convenience of the passengers and workers, Volvo Deluxe operated 24 hours at fixed schedules. Facilities
As Bellary airport is a small airport, so it only has simple facilities such as washrooms, drinking water, seating area, service, and information help desk. It has only one terminal, which cannot accommodate many people during the peak hours. No VIP room or spacious halls are available, so everyone has to adjust in one single small waiting area.