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Chandigarh Airport also known as Mohali Airport was declared a customs airport on 19 August 2011. After that, the domestic flights from the old terminal of Chandigarh have been shifted to the new terminal located at Jheourheri village, Punjab. It covers a total of 305 acres of land. This airport offers both domestic as well as international flights, in the result of that 2,097,698 passengers arrives at this airport every year.
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Eight domestic airlines are active on Mohali Airport. Therefore, these airlines connect Chandigarh to two international and seventeen domestic destinations. These airlines serve Union Territory Chandigarh, Panchkula and Mohali, moreover the Indian states of Punjab, Haryana and the southern district of Himachal Pradesh.
Mohali Airport provides every basic facility to the passengers, which includes free Trolleys and Wheelchairs and the canteen is also available inside the parking area from where you can buy snakes and beverages at standard rates.
Parking area is provided for the convenience of the passengers, which is free for Non-Commercial vehicles for the first 8 minutes and after that Rs. 60/ 2 hours are applicable for car. Two-wheeler charges are Rs. 15.
Chandigarh International Airport has its terminal in Mohali. Chandigarh Tricity covers some part of Chandigarh (UT), Panchkula (Harayana) and Mohali (Punjab). Before 2006 Tricity was a part of Rupnagar District. After that it carved out as a separate district.