Srinagar International Airport – Domestic Terminal

Srinagar Airport was once used by the Indian Air Force as a military airport during Indo-Pakistani War of 1947, but on 1979, AAI decided to establish a civil enclave at the airport.

On 1998 the airport was slightly modified to host Hajj flights. On the following year, on 1999, was taken again by the Air Force during the Kargil War.

It was on 2005 that the airport was given the international status airport by the Indian government, and on 2009, the international terminal was inaugurated by Sonia Gandhi.

It has the capacity to host 500 passengers during peak hours.

During Hajj season, the charter terminal is used to accommodate the flights to Jeddah.

Connection between terminals

There is a shuttle service which connects both terminals.


A single building which hosts either Domestic and International flights.

- Ground floor: two boarding gates
- First Floor: three boarding gates

Departures area: Duty Free & Shopping.


The following airlines operates in Domestic Terminal:

- AirAsia India
- Air India
- GoAir
- IndiGo
- Jet Airways
- SpiceJet
- Vistara


Srinagar Domestic Terminal offers to passengers the services presented above:

- Registration Counter
- Information Counter
- ATMs
- Child care room
- Medical facilities
- Lost & found
- Disabled services
- Luggage carts
- Telephones
- Security hold area
- Rest room
- Free Wi-Fi connection