Silent Airports in India

Mani Venkat

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A silent airport is one that promotes a calm environment for travelers by having low noise levels and a calm ambience. These airports often don't make many announcements and concentrate more on using a Flight Information Display System (FIDS) to provide flight information. Some of the silent Airports in India are listed below:

  1. Cochin International Airport (COK)
  2. Mumbai Airport (BOM)
  3. Chennai International Airport (MAA)
  4. Trivandrum International Airport (TRV)
  5. Chandigarh International Airport (IXC)
  6. Pune Airport (PNQ)
  7. Indore Airport (IDR)
 
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Silent airports, also known as quiet or noise-controlled airports, are a growing trend in the aviation industry aimed at providing passengers with a more peaceful and comfortable travel experience. While silent airports may not be prevalent in India yet, there are initiatives and measures in place to reduce noise levels and create a quieter environment for travelers.
 
Interesting idea, By the way, did you know some airports in the US also aim for a quieter vibe? Check out these ones:

  • John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
  • LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
  • Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)
They're bustling but try to keep the noise down, making travel feel a bit more relaxed.
A silent airport is one that promotes a calm environment for travelers by having low noise levels and a calm ambience. These airports often don't make many announcements and concentrate more on using a Flight Information Display System (FIDS) to provide flight information. Some of the silent Airports in India are listed below:

  1. Cochin International Airport (COK)
  2. Mumbai Airport (BOM)
  3. Chennai International Airport (MAA)
  4. Trivandrum International Airport (TRV)
  5. Chandigarh International Airport (IXC)
  6. Pune Airport (PNQ)
  7. Indore Airport (IDR)
 
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