What are the top five airports in India?

Indian airports, which were not considered to be of global standards only a few decades ago, have significantly improved, with as many as three Indian airports now named among the best in the world.

Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi: Being the busiest airport in India with three terminals, it has a capacity of handling 46 million passengers. This airport was recognized by the Airport Council International as the fourth-best airport in the world.

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai: It is one of the most major airports in South Asia, handling over 30 million passengers and a significant share of the country's aviation cargo. It is India's second-busiest airport and an important hub for incoming Middle Eastern passengers.

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, Hyderabad: It is the sixth busiest airport in India and maintains its position among the world’s best airports. It is spread across 5400 acres and has a capacity of handling 40 million passengers.

Bengaluru International Airport, Bengaluru: Being the fourth busiest airport in India serves 10 domestic and 21 international airlines. It also includes an exclusive terminal for Hajj pilgrims, with designated prayer rooms and hot water for Wadu. The airport was awarded the Best Managed Airport in 2010 and has an IATA Platinum rating.

The Chennai Airport, Chennai: It is one of India's first airports and a major civil aviation hub in South India, as well as the AAI's regional headquarters. With an annual passenger flow of 13 million, it is India's third-busiest airport. In 2012, Chennai Airport was named Airport of the Year for cargo handling.

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