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Agatti Aerodrome, India

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The Agatti Airport’s runway seems a perfect fit for this archipelago’s shape. The Agatti Island is largely situated on coral reef in the Lakshadweep Sea.

In 1988, the Indian government unveiled the Agatti airport. The Airports Authority of India (AAI), a branch of the Ministry of Civil Aviation operates the Agatti and controls a total of 125 airports.

The Agatti cover 45.9 acres. It’s asphalt runway measures in at 1291 metres. The Agatti Airport terminal handles a capacity of 50 people at its busiest.

The Airports Authority of India plans future expansions for the Agatti. The AAI will extend the runway and build an additional terminal with full air-conditioning among other alterations.