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AOOH, also known as Airport Out Of Home, is a new chapter in the world of marketing.

A premium setting, informed captive audience, and high dwell time - a lucrative combination. So, any visual advertising media found outside of the home, at the airports and in-flight comprises AOOH media.

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Jay Prakash Narayan Airport, Patna

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 40,61,990
  1. One of the oldest inhabited places in India, historically known as Pataliputra, Patna is the capital and largest city of Bihar.
  2. 2nd largest city in Eastern India after Kolkata, 19th highest in terms of population.
  3. The 21st fastest growing city in the world and the fifth fastest growing city in India, selected as one of 100 Indian cities to be developed as a smart city under Govt. of India’s flagship Smart Cities Mission.
  4. Major agricultural hub & trade centre for grain, sugarcane & rice.
  5. 16th busiest air terminal in India, the capacity to park 6 aircrafts, has a 7000 feet runway.
  6. Several tourist attractions: Patna Sahib, Patna Planetarium, Sanjay Gandhi Jaivik Udyan, Budha Smriti Park, Golghar, Sultan Palace, etc.
  7. Handled 23,492 International and 78,928 Domestic Aircrafts in 2018-19.
  8. Proposed new terminal building to be a two-storey structure, equipped with six aerobridges & an apron area to park 14 aircraft at any given time.
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Birsa Munda Airport, Ranchi

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 22,50,038
  1. The capital city of Jharkhand, Ranchi is famous for its ethnic handicrafts and metal work.
  2. The most populated surrounding cities of Ranchi are Dhanbad, Jamshedpur & Bokaro.
  3. Ranked as 26th busiest airport in India.
  4. The airport has capacity to handle 500 domestic & 200 international passengers at a time.
  5. It has a new integrated passenger terminal building, which was inaugurated in March, 2013.
  6. A new cargo terminal was inaugurated in February 2017.
  7. Largest aircraft operating on this airport is the Airbus A 320.
  8. Ranchi airport has a runway length of 8,000 feet.
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Umroi Airport, Shillong

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 12,482
  1. Shillong  is a hill station in the northeastern part of India & the capital of Meghalaya.
  2. Selected as the 100th city to receive funding under the Centre's flagship & Smart Cities Mission.
  3. Home to several waterfalls, parks, rolling hills and quaint landforms, and also known as the 'Scotland of the East’.
  4. Famous for: Scottish Cloth, organic products, Bamboo Handicrafts, Shawls and stoles.
  5. Also famous for its churches. The most beautiful church is that of the Cathedral of Mary Help of Christians.
  6. The airport is located at Umroi, 30 km (19 mi) from Shillong.
  7. In 2017, AAI upgraded infrastructure at Shillong, with the installation of an Instrument landing system (ILS), construction of two refueling facilities, extension of runway and removal of flight-path obstructions.
  8. The airport received its Category 3C license from the Indian DGCA in June 2019, allowing operations of Q400/ ATR 72 aircraft.
  9. The runway length at Shillong airport is 6,000 feet.
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Mohanbari Airport, Dibrugarh

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 3,67,929
  1. Emerging as a popular destination for business & leisure trips for tourists from India and abroad.
  2. Centre of education & research and the India Space Research Organisation.
  3. Considered as an economic hub of North East region of India, Dibrugarh hosts several tea gardens dating back to the British era.
  4. Only airport in upper Assam providing air services to the people of this region and neighboring state Arunachal Pradesh.
  5. New Terminal building opened in February 2009 and has has 500 passenger seating capacity (250 Arrival / 250 Departure).
  6. 48th busiest Airport of India with 37 million passengers annually.
  7. There are 2 aerobridges linked with the terminal. The only runway of the airport, 05/23 is being extended to 7,500 feet to facilitate the landing and take-off of mid-sized aircraft like Airbus A320 and Boeing B737 with full load.
  8. Daily Flights to Delhi, Kolkata & Guwahati.
  9. Oil India, Duliajan, Assam Gas Company, Coal India, Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Limited, Major Tea Gardens are all using this airport for transportation.
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Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport, Agartala

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 14,41,089
  1. Capital of the Indian state of Tripura.
  2. Second-largest city in north east India after Guwahati and has a literacy rate of 87.70% as per Census 2011, which is greater than National average.
  3. Developed under the Smart Cities Mission.
  4. India's third international internet gateway after the ones in Mumbai and Chennai.
  5. Agartala is the busiest Airport of Tripura State, second busiest airport in northeast India and 33rd busiest India.
  6. AAI has undertaken INR 438 crore to upgrade the airport to provide world class facilities like new runway, terminal, other infrastructure, etc.
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Bir Tikendrajit International Airport, Imphal

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 12,77,163
  1. The metropolitan centre of the city contains the ruins of Kangla Palace (also known as Kangla Fort), the royal seat of the former Kingdom of Manipur, surrounded by a moat.
  2. Second-largest city in north east India after Guwahati.
  3. Currently being developed under the Smart Cities Mission.
  4. Second international airport built in the Northeastern region of India.
  5. Third largest airport in the region after Guwahati & Agartala, 36th busiest Airport of India.
  6. In June 2019, AAI implemented ₹3,400 crore (US$480 million) projects for the up-gradation of various airports in the northeastern region. ₹720 crore (US$100 million) will be spent for further upgradation of Bir Tikendrajit International Airport.
  7. The project includes a ₹600 crore (US$84 million) integrated terminal building and airside infrastructure like new aircraft parking bays and link taxiways, a new air traffic control tower and a control and technical block.
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Bodhgaya Airport, Gaya

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 58,972
  1. Gaya is famous for historical sites & is an important centre of religious tourism.
  2. Second-largest contributor to the economy of Bihar.
  3. Main crops grown are rice, wheat, potatoes, and lentils.
  4. Well connected with border of East-Nawada, West-AurangaBad, North-Jehanabad, South-Covering Jharkhand State Border.
  5. Large airport by area, & one of two operating international airports in the states of Bihar & Jharkhand, it is the second-busiest airport in Bihar.
  6. The airport terminal building, spread over 7,500 square metres can handle 250 incoming & 250 outgoing passengers.
  7. This airport is mainly seasonal and primarily caters to Buddhist tourists coming from South East Asian countries like Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia.
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Kumbhirgram Airport, Silchar

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 3,86,665
  1. The second busiest city in Assam.
  2. Present-day Silchar is a trade & processing center for tea, rice, and other agricultural products.
  3. Economic gateway to the state of Mizoram and part of Manipur.
  4. Silchar Airport is a 50-year-old airport, operating since World War II.
  5. Considered to be the fourth busiest airport in the entire North east India following Guwahati, Agartala & Imphal.
  6. The airport comes under the administrative control of the Airport Authority of India and is being modernized.
  7. Terminal handling domestic flights can handle aircrafts such as Boeing 737-800 and Airbus A320 with a single asphalt runway with dimensions 7500ft/2286m.
  8. The airport terminal has 4 check-in counters along with one boarding gate to handle nearly 300 passengers at a given time.
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Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia Terminal, Gwalior

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 25,353
  1. One of the six airports in Madhya Pradesh & fourth largest airport.
  2. Selected as one of the hundred Indian cities to be developed as a smart city under PM Narendra Modi’s flagship Smart Cities Mission.
  3. Tourism attraction : Gwalior Fort ,Sun temple, Tombs and Scindia palace, Maharaj bada, etc.
  4. Famous for : Chanderi silk sarees, handmade carpets, wall hangings, dolls, lacquer ware, & ornaments.
  5. Holds a special position in the Indian classical music, art and literature.
  6. Gwalior Air Base : only operational air force base with two operational parallel runways.
  7. The 100-by-150-metre (330 ft × 490 ft) apron can handle two Airbus A320 and one small aircraft simultaneously.
  8. Airport terminal handles 350 passengers per hour.
  9. Connected to Morena, Bhind, Sheopur, Datia, Shivpuri.
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Civil Enclave, Jamnagar Airport

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 77,378
  1. Known as "World's Oil City" because the world's biggest oil refineries, also has largest production of brass items in India.
  2. Largest city on the westernmost side of India & 5th largest city of Gujarat state after Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara & Rajkot.
  3. Jamnagar has base stations of all three wings of Defense : the Indian Air Force, Indian Army, and Indian Navy.
  4. The Jamnagar Airport, officially known as Civil Enclave Jamnagar, is located in Jamnagar, Gujarat.
  5. It is owned by the Indian Air Force and also permits both commercial as well as private flights.
  6. Spread over 35 acres, Jamnagar is the only airport in Gujarat with 2 runways, Measuring 8242 Feet & 8236 Ft.
  7. The parking apron adjoining the terminal measures 295 ft x 295 ft and can handle two Airbus A320s simultaneously.
  8. Capacity to handle 150 passengers at a given time.
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Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Airport, Kanpur

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 1,34,366
  1. Largest city in the state of Uttar Pradesh, 12th most populous city in India.
  2. A major industrial center with its own historical, religious and commercial importance.
  3. House for wool and leather industries, Textile, flour and vegetable oil mills, sugar refineries and chemical works.
  4. Airport has single terminal & two intersectional runways used for domestic flights.
  5. The domestic terminal of the airport is well equipped with the latest safety features including a modern baggage handling system.
  6. A 300 acre additional terminal with modern facilities has been proposed on Kanpur Prayagraj National Highway, with 6 hangers & waiting room of 300 passengers capacity with a four-lane connectivity from Highway.
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Prayagraj Airport, Prayagraj

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 1,74,791
  1. One of the oldest cities in India, considered the holiest of pilgrimage centers of India.
  2. Prayagraj hosts the Kumbh Mela, world’s largest congregation of devotees.
  3. In 2016, it was also ranked the third most livable city in the state after Noida and Lucknow and sixteenth in the country.
  4. Built in 1919, it is one of the oldest airports in India, Prayagraj Airport is a military airbase & domestic public airport.
  5. It was among the first four international airports of the country. It catered international flights till 1946, with direct services to London till 1932.
  6. The airport is served by a single runway which is 8,400 ft.
  7. The terminal is 6700 square meter; has a peak hour capacity of 300 passengers and four aircraft parking bays for Airbus A320 and Boeing 737A.
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North Lakhimpur Airport, Lilabari

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 58,972
  1. Lilabari, one of the beautiful towns located in the North Lakhimpur district of Assam.
  2. Situated on the banks of River Brahmaputra & provides a beautiful view of the Himalayas beautified with the breathtaking Dirang valley and Sela pass.
  3. Chief attractions of the town are ancient monasteries, including the Tawang Monastery - a well known Tibetan worship centre.
  4. Airport has a single runway which has a length of 5480 ft.
  5. It has one domestic terminal & one boarding gate.
  6. The airport has the capacity of 400 passengers.
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Madurai International Airport, Madurai

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 10,96,546
  1. 3rd largest city in Tamil Nadu & 44th most populated city in India.
  2. Known for a number of historical monuments - Meenakshi Temple & the Tirumalia Nayak Palace being the most prominent.
  3. Home to various automobile, rubber, chemical & granite manufacturing industries.
  4. Madurai is now attracting medical tourism also.
  5. Attracts a large number of tourists from within the country & abroad. About 9,100,000 tourists visited Madurai in 2010, including 5,24,000 foreigners.
  6. An international airport, it is ranked as 31st busiest Airport in India. The international destinations from this airport are Singapore, Dubai & Colombo.
  7. Currently, has two terminals. The New Integrated terminal building is used for domestic & International Flights. The old terminal has been converted into Cargo Terminal.
  8. The main runway is 7,497 ft × 148 ft which is fit for B737-800 series.
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Civil Aerodrome, Rajkot

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 3,34,068
  1. Rajkot is the fourth largest city in the state of Gujarat and is also known as 'Chitranagri' or City of paintings.
  2. As per Census 2011, Rajkot has an average literacy of 82.20% which is greater than National average.
  3. Ninth-cleanest city of India & is the 22nd-fastest-growing city in the world as of July 2019.
  4. Fourth busiest airport in Gujarat after Ahmedabad, Surat and Vadodara.
  5. Rajkot Airport has a parking apron for one Boeing 737 and one ATR 72, Airport has only one terminal having capacity for 125 people.
  6. Rajkot airport has a runway length of 5400 feet.
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Salonibari Airport, Tezpur

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 6,614
  1. Tezpur is a city & urban agglomeration in Sonitpur district, Assam state.
  2. Tezpur is on the banks of the river Brahmaputra, it is the largest of the north bank towns with a population more than 1 Million.
  3. Famous for Tea plantations, the undulating stretch of tea-gardens along with Forests and National Parks attract a large number of tourists to this area.
  4. One of the six major airports of Assam.
  5. Also known as Salonibari Airport, it is located 8 km away from Tezpur. It was constructed in 1942 World War II by the Britishers.
  6. The airport contains only one terminal & has a capacity of 400 passengers including departure and arrival.
  7. The airport covers an area of 22 acres (with AAI). The apron can accommodate 1 Airbus A320 and 2 ATR type aircraft at a time.
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Renigunta Airport, Tirupati

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 8,34,652
  1. Referred to as the “Spiritual Capital of Andhra Pradesh”, the city is home to Tirumala Temple, a Guinness World Record holder for most visited temple in the world.
  2. Economy directly or indirectly depends on the temple and tourism.
  3. A new integrated terminal referred to as Garuda Terminal was constructed adjacent to the existing domestic terminal & was inaugurated on 22 October 2015 by PM Modi.
  4. It can handle 500 domestic and 200 international passengers at a time.
  5. The airport has a single runway of 7,500 ft.
  6. The airport terminal has 4 check-in counters along with one boarding gate to handle nearly 300 passengers at a given time.
  7. The airport has been granted an upgrade to international status by the Government of India.
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Civil Airport Harni, Vadodara

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 11,55,716
  1. The city got its name because of the copious amount of Banyan(Vad) Trees present here.
  2. Famous as Sanskari Nagari and Kala Nagari(The city of art) of India.
  3. Vadodara has various large scale industries - ONGC, IOC, Reliance, GAIL etc.
  4. The city is known for the Lakshmi Vilas Palace, the residence of Baroda State's Maratha royal family, the Gaekwads, of the Gaekwad Dynasty.
  5. 3rd busiest airport in Gujarat after Ahmedabad & Surat.
  6. Vadodara Airport bagged the Swachh Bharat Award 2019 for the cleanest and safest airport; it is India’s second Green Airport After Kochi.
  7. The AAI has recently constructed a night parking facility at the airport which can park about nine Airbus A320 or Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
  8. The new terminal, inaugurated by PM Modi in Oct 2016, has an area of 18,120 sq. meters, handles 700 passengers (500 domestic & 200 international) per hour.
  9. The existing runway length at Vadodara airport is 8100 feet & is under expansion.
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Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Airport, Agra

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 19,211
  1. Agra is the fourth-most populous city in Uttar Pradesh and 24th in India.
  2. Major tourist destination : the Taj Mahal , Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri.
  3. Due to the presence of the Taj Mahal and other historic monuments, Agra has a booming.
  4. Tourism industry as well as royal crafts.
  5. Agra Airport is jointly operated by both Indian Air Force and Airports Authority of India.
  6. Agra, being a renowned tourist spot, is well linked directly or indirectly via air route to all major cities in the country.
  7. The government of the state is also planning to develop an international airport in Agra to boost the tourist inflow in the city.
  8. It has a capacity of handling 250 passengers during peak hours.
  9. The most popular routes connect Agra to Lucknow, Bangalore, Varanasi, Bhopal and Jaipur.
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Bhavnagar Aerodrome, Bhavnagar

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 43,113
  1. Primarily an industrial city & an important trading post for cotton products, ship machinery and dehydrated onions.
  2. Bhavnagar's commercial importance is enhanced because of its proximity with the Gulf of Cambay & the Arabian Sea.
  3. It is also known for diamond cutting, polishing, marketing, and Diamond jewellery manufacturing.
  4. Awarded as the Best Domestic Airport by the Travel Agents Association of India (TAAI).
  5. It has one terminal for both arrival and departure with easy transport facility.
  6. The airport has two parking bays: one for Code C aircraft like the Airbus A320 and Boeing 737, and another for smaller, turboprop aircraft like the ATR 72 and Q400.
  7. Bhavnagar Aerodrome has a single terminal building and has a capacity for 110 passengers.
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Shaheed Bhagat Singh International Airport, Chandigarh

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 20,97,698
  1. Rated as one of the “Wealthiest Towns” of India and the best-planned city in India, Chandigarh is a UT, joint capital of two Indian states Punjab & Haryana.
  2. The surrounding cities are Mohali, Patiala, Zirakpur and Roopnagar in Punjab, and Panchkula, Ambala in Haryana.
  3. In 2015, LG Electronics ranked Chandigarh as the happiest city in India over the happiness index.
  4. The terminal has 4 aero bridges apron for parking four in contact & 8 remote parking stands for aircraft.
  5. The departures are on the first floor and arrivals on the ground floor. The first phase terminal covering 53,000 sq metre has a capacity of 1,600 passengers at a time and a parking space for 150 vehicles.
  6. The new international airport offers both domestic & international flights, capable of accommodating A320/321aircraft.
  7. Received the award for ‘Best Airport by Size and Region’ in 2-5 million passengers’ category from Asia Pacific.
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Mahayogi Gorakhnath Airport, Gorakhpur

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 2,23,243
  1. The name "Gorakhpur" comes from the Sanskrit Gorakshapuram, which means abode of Gorakhpur.
  2. Gorakhpur is the headquarters of North Eastern Railway & the largest urban center and trading hub in Eastern UP.
  3. With an area of 3483.8 km2, the city is home to the Gorakhnath Math, a Gorakhnath temple.
  4. The city has had an Indian Air Force station since 1963.
  5. The new terminal is able to handle 200 passengers in peak hours & has an area of 23,500 sq. ft.
  6. In June 2017, the Civil Terminal building was inaugurated by the CM of Uttar Pradesh.
  7. Gorakhpur Airport offers round the clock arrival and departure.
  8. A greenfield airport for Gorakhpur in 300 acres has been proposed on Gorakhpur Varanasi National Highway.
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Dumna Airport, Jabalpur

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 2,12,023
  1. Major education and tourism city in Madhya Pradesh and Central India.
  2. Major industries in Jabalpur : garment manufacturing, information technology, education, electrical goods, limestone products, building materials, glassware, telephone parts, furniture, foodstuffs, steel structures, cement, tobacco products, forest products, industrial-safety goods, mechanical engineering & cinema.
  3. The airport has been in existence since 1930 & was a base for British aircrafts during World War II.
  4. The runway is capable of serving narrow body aircraft including Airbus 320 family/Boeing 737-800 and is equipped with night landing facilities, DVOR/DME, NDB and precision approach path indicator. It has a parking for one A-320/B-737 or 2 ATR-72 aircraft.
  5. The terminal has the capacity of handling 200 passengers at the peak hours.
  6. It has 4 check-in desks apart from CCTVs and an X-ray machine for security.
  7. A new Integrated terminal is built with an area of 9350 m2 and capable of handling 500 passengers at peak hours.
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Rowriah Airport, Jorhat

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 1,42,507
  1. Jorhat is the 4th largest city of Assam in terms of population.
  2. Referred as the 'Knowledge City of Assam' and 'Cultural City of Assam'.
  3. Major industries include rice, small-scale cottage industries and tea, with about 135 tea gardens in the city.
  4. Jorhat is considered a good place for modern education.
  5. 2nd major airport in Assam, by number of passengers carried and cargo tonnage, according to the latest AAI traffic data (Feb 2019).
  6. Jorhat AFS is the Indian Air Force's first air base in the East. It is primarily a transport base for launching aircraft that carry out airdrops in the Naga Hills in Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh.
  7. It is equipped with two squadrons of An-32 transport aircraft and air logistics are provided from Jorhat to the Kameng, Subansiri, Siang, Lohit and Tirap districts of Arunachal Pradesh.
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Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport, Lucknow

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 55,32,819
  1. The capital city of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, it is the fourteenth-most populous city (45.90 Lakh).
  2. 17th-fastest growing city in India and 74th in the world, Lucknow contributes 3.85% of state GDP.
  3. The city has potential in the handicrafts sector & accounts for 60 percent of total exports from the state.
  4. Important centre of governance, administration, education, commerce, aerospace, finance, pharmaceuticals, technology, design, culture, tourism, music and poetry.
  5. Lucknow Airport is ranked as 12th busiest Airport, caters to a population of 20 Cr. Large aircraft operating on this airport is the Airbus A330.
  6. Present runway is 2.15km and will be expanded to 3.5 km for landing all Aircraft.
  7. Lucknow Airport was awarded in 2018 best airport in the category "Best Airport by Size and Region (2 to 5 million passengers per year in Asia-Pacific Region)" by the Airports Council International.
  8. Lucknow Airport Terminal 1 handles international flights. It has two arrival gates and three departing gates.
  9. Lucknow Airport Terminal 2 handles domestic flights. It has five boarding gates operating.
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Pantnagar Domestic Airport, Pantnagar

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 14,317
  1. Pantnagar is a town & a university campus in Udham Singh Nagar District.
  2. The G.B. Pant University is a symbol of successful partnership between India & the United States.
  3. Known for being an industrial town, it is home to the first agricultural university of India which was established on 17 November 1960.
  4. Air India started flights from Delhi to Pantnagar using ATR 80 seater aircraft from the third week of Oct 2014.
  5. It is the nearest airport to the Kumaon division  and located in the middle of Haldwani and Rudrapur.
  6. Pantnagar Airport, now, has daily Alliance Air flights to and from IGI, Delhi (since 1 Oct 2014) and Air heritage flight for Pithoragarh.
  7. In August 2015, Airport Advisory Committee said that the Airport will be developed in cargo hub and the length of the runway will be increased from its present length of 1,372m to 1,865m.
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Porbandar Domestic Airport, Porbandar

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 52,836
  1. Porbandar is an ancient port city famous as the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi.
  2. Major crops produced are cotton, groundnut, bajra, gram, wheat, dal & jowar.
  3. The city had been a prosperous trading center for centuries, conducting much commerce with Arabian and Persian Gulf countries, as well as East Africa, under the Mughals, the Marathas and the British.
  4. Porbandar is extremely rich in natural resources.
  5. Newly built terminal was inaugurated in the year 2008.
  6. The airfield is spread over 278.32 Acres, has a 4500 feet long runway and an apron that can accommodate 2 ATR 72 aircraft.
  7. The new 4000 square metres Terminal Building at Porbandar Airport has been built at a cost of Rs. 13.50 crore.
  8. The building has six Check-in Counters and two Conveyor Belts in the Arrivals hall and can handle 100 arriving and 100 departing passengers at a time.
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Surat International Airport, Surat

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 12,38,724
  1. Known as the diamond city of the world; 4th fastest growing city globally with an average literacy rate of 89%.
  2. Major textile hub : accounts for 60% of the total polyester cloth production in India.
  3. 2nd largest city of Gujarat in terms of Area( 326.515 sq.km ) & population.
  4. 2nd busiest airport in Gujarat after Ahmedabad in terms of both aircraft movements and passenger traffic.
  5. Built by State Govt. in 1970, it is the 38th busiest Airport of India.
  6. Terminal building area 8500 metre sq., handles 240 passenger/hour, 2 baggage carousels, one-hand baggage x-ray machine, aero bridges, and a 120 seat lounge.
  7. After the extension, the terminal building will be capable to handle 1,800 passengers (1,200 domestic and 600 international) during peak hours daily.
  8. The extended terminal building will be equipped with all essential amenities like 20 check in counters, 26 immigration counters, 5 aero bridges, baggage conveyors and parking space to accommodate more than 500 cars.
  9. The other planned infrastructure development at Surat airport includes extension of apron for additional 10 number of bays for code c aircraft and full length parallel taxiway.
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Raja Bhoj Airport, Bhopal

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 8,10,307
  1. Bhopal is known as the City of Lakes and is also one of the greenest cities in India.
  2. It is the 16th largest city in India and 131st in the world.
  3. Major industries are electrical goods, medicinal, cotton, chemicals and jewellery.
  4. Selected as one of the first twenty Indian cities (the first phase) to be developed as a smart city under PM Narendra Modi's flagship Smart Cities Mission.
  5. Rated as the cleanest capital city for three consecutive years, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
  6. In 2010, the length of the runway was increased to 2,744 metres (9,003 ft), making it possible for larger aircraft to land at Bhopal.
  7. The terminal building is built over an area of 26,936 square metres (289,940 sq ft) and has 14 check-in counters, 4 immigration counters for departures, 6 immigration counters for arrival and connected with 3 aerobridges.
  8. It also has twenty-two customs counters, 11 for arrival and 11 for departure, and six X-ray machines for security.
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Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport, Guwahati

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 57,00,000
  1. Largest city, metropolis of Assam - one of the fastest growing cities in India.
  2. Located at bank of Brahmaputra river, known as "Gateway to North East India".
  3. Also known as "City of Temples" : Kamakhya Temple & Umananda Temple.
  4. Proposed to be developed as a smart city under PM's Smart City Mission.
  5. Economy supported by Tea, Manufacturing and Tourism.
  6. 8th busiest airport in India managed by Airport Authority of India, also an air force base.
  7. Undergone numerous expansions since its establishment in 1958.
  8. Terminal building has a capacity to handle 850 arrival/departure passengers in an hour.
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Civil Aerodrome, Bagdogra Airport

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 28,00,000
  1. Situated in the Siliguri subdivision of the Darjeeling district in West Bengal.
  2. Well connected by air from four major cities of India : Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata & Chennai.
  3. Major tourist hub in the region - Gateway airport to the hill station towns of Darjeeling, Kurseong, Mirik, Kalimpong and state of Sikkim.
  4. 17th busiest airport in India - used as an army airport before being converted for domestic & international flights.
  5. Conferred Customs Airport status by Govt. of India in 2002 with limited international operations.
  6. Frequent helicopter flights to Guwahati from the airport's aerodrome.
  7. The aerodrome has been under expansion with two new aprons, operates 8-9 flights in a day and parking capacity of 5 aircrafts.
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Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Airport, Kolkata

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 2,877,350
  1. Known as “Cultural capital of India”, Kolkata is the third-largest urban economy of India.
  2. Educational, commercial & cultural centre of East India; pioneer of drama, arts, theatre & literature.
  3. Tourism attraction : Howrah Bridge, Victoria Memorial, Marble Palace, Sunderbans.
  4. Famous for : street food, grand colonial architecture, art galleries, cultural festivals.
  5. Earlier known as Dum Dum Airport, it is one of oldest airports in India opened in 1924.
  6. Largest hub for air traffic in East India, one of 2 international airports in the region.
  7. Fifth busiest airport in India, major centre for flights to South East Asia, Middle East.
  8. Two parallel runways with collective capacity to handle 50 flights/hour, new terminal T2 has 128 check-in counters, 78 immigration counters, 12 custom counters, 18 aerobridges, 57 remote parking bays.
  9. An expansion plan will increase airport’s passenger capacity to 45 Million.
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Dimapur International Airport, Dimapur

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 1,48,971
  1. Most populous city, main gateway and commercial centre of Nagaland with estimated population of 250,000.
  2. Located near the border with Assam, along the banks of river Dhansiri, it is the only plains tract of hilly Nagaland, has the only railway station and airport in the state.
  3. Among fastest growing cities in North East India, it is the centre for arts, handloom and handicrafts for the state.
  4. Tourism attraction : Diezephe Crafts Village, Rangapahar Reserve Forest, Triple Falls, Chumukedima, Ruzaphema, Rajbari Ruins.
  5. Airport was built during World War 2, as British supply site during Battle of Kohima with Japan.
  6. Single domestic terminal with capacity to handle 500 departing and 300 arriving passengers at once.
  7. Expansion plans underway to meet international norms by buying land at Aoyimti Village.
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Lengpui Airport, Aizawl

Passenger Traffic in FY 18-19 : 1,80,229
  1. The “home of the highlanders”, Aizawl is the capital of Mizoram.
  2. Aizawl is the largest city and centre of administration for the state.
  3. Selected to be developed as a smart city under PM Narendra Modi’s flagship Smart Cities Mission.
  4. 2nd highest literacy rate of 87% in the country after Kerala, most people speak English.
  5. Economy of the city relies on Government services, Hospitality and Tourism.
  6. Tourism attraction : Durtlang Hills, Reiek, Vantawng Falls, Solomon Temple, Dampa Tiger Reserve, Hmuifang.
  7. Rich tribal cultural heritage famous for handicrafts.
  8. Built in record time of 2 years, the airport caters to 300 arrivals and departure passengers.
  9. 2500 metre table-top runway; safety area & isolation parking bay under expansion plan.
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Why Airport Out Of Home


  1. Wider audience reach due to low cost airfares
  2. Establishes an essential connect with NCCS A/B
  3. Indian airports witnessed a total of 34.4 crore passengers during 2018-19, a growth of 11.6% compared to last year
  4. High dwell time at the airport gives plentiful time to establish a connection with the TG
  5. Innovative advertising options like promotion counter, mobile charging units, digital media, product display
  6. 80% of frequent notice advertising and 42% take action to learn more about a product, brand or service seen in an airport advertisement
  7. Airport ads are unavoidable, one can’t skim through it, turn it off or change the channel
  8. Airports provide exposure to a global audience as they are the entry gate to a nation

Let's visualise the average 61 minute journey of a flyer at the airport

Reaches Airport
Billboard Airport Marketing Gantry Airport Marketing Unipole Airport Marketing
Billboard, Gantry, Unipole
Pre-security / Check-in
Queue Manager Airport Marketing Trolley Airport Marketing Security Tray Airport Marketing
Queue Manager, Trolley, Security Tray
Concourse Activity
Mobile Charging Unit Airport Marketing Brand Activation Airport Marketing Promotion Counter Airport Marketing
Mobile Charging Units, Lounge Media, Brand Activation
At Gate
Digital Media Airport Marketing Ambient Media Airport Marketing Pillar Wraps Airport Marketing
Digital Media, Ambient Media, Pillar Wraps
Baggage Claim
Digital Media Airport Marketing Conveyor Belt Airport Marketing Ambient Media Airport Marketing
Digital Media, Conveyor Belt, Ambient Media
Arrival Terminal
Unipole Airport Marketing Billboard Airport Marketing Gantry Airport Marketing
Unipole, Billboard, Gantries
Railway Out of home Marketing Railway Out of home Marketing



ROOH, also known as Railway Out Of Home, is a unique medium to strike a chord with the common Indian citizen - living in Tier 2, Tier 3 cities of India.

Any visual advertising media found outside of the home, at the railway stations and outside railway station premises comprise ROOH media

Our ROOH capabilities span 60 districts of Bihar, Jharkhand, UP & MP. These stations serve a population of 20 crore, with a daily passenger turnout of more than 10 lac and 800 mails/express/passenger trains originate/terminate here everyday.

We have 714 Railway Stations across 5 divisions


226 stations


197 stations


88 stations


73 stations


130 stations

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Dhanbad Railway Division

  1. One of the 5 divisions of the Eastern Central Railway Zone (ECR) of Indian Railways.
  2. It contributes the highest revenue among all the divisions in Indian Railways.
  3. Formed on November 5, 1951, and headquartered at Dhanbad in Jharkhand, it is also No.1 in coal loading in India.
  4. Category A-1 station: Dhanbad.
  5. Some other Category A/B stations include Koderma Junction. Daltonganj, Gomoh. Parasnath, Singrauli, Barkakana, Garwa Road, Renukoot, Chandrapura, Chopan.
Dhanbad Railway Division

Danapur Railway Division

  1. Headquartered at Danapur, this division comes under the Eastern Central Railway Zone (ECR) of Indian Railways.
  2. Formed on 1 January 1925 initially under Eastern Indian Railway Company, it came under ECR zone on 1 October 2002.
  3. It is about 752 km in route length and includes 12 districts of Bihar and 2 districts of Uttar Pradesh (Ghazipur, Chandauli).
  4. Patna is the A-1 category station under this division.
  5. Other major Category A/B stations include Danapur, Ara, Bihiya, Rajendra Nagar Terminal, Bakhtiyarpur, Mokama, Patna Sahib, Dildarnagar, Dumraon, Barh, Hathidah, Lakhisarai, Rajgir.
Danapur Railway Division

Mughalsarai Railway Division

  1. Officially known as Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Nagar Railway Division.
  2. Formed on November 5 1951, it is headquartered at what is formerly known as Mughalsarai.
  3. One of the busiest stations in terms of passenger footfall, this stations holds most stoppages for Rajdhani Express in India.
  4. Mughalsarai, or Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Nagar and Gaya are the A-1 Category stations in this division.
  5. Other major Railway stations include: Sasaram, Anugraha Narayan Road, Dehri-on Sone, Bhabua Road.
Mughalsarai Railway Division

Samastipur Railway Division

  1. Formed in 1969 and headquartered at Samastipur in the state of Bihar.
  2. First Railway station of ECR to be certified the ISO certification.
  3. Samastipur and Darbhanga are A-1 category stations in this division.
  4. Other major stations include: Narkatiaganj, Bettiah, Madhubani, Jaynagar, Saharsa, Bapudham Motihari, Raxaul, Sahauli, Sitamarhi.
Samastipur Railway Division

Sonpur Railway Division

  1. Established on 21 October 1978, this division is spread over the north side of holy river Ganges and west side of Gandak river.
  2. The division routes over 495 km and traverses through 8 districts of Bihar, playing an important role in growth & development of the region.
  3. Muzaffarpur Junction is the A-1 category station.
  4. Other major stations include: Hajipur, Sonpur, Barauni, Khagaria, Dalsinghsarai, Begusarai, Naugachia.
Sonpur Railway Division


  1. Wide reach to a large spectrum of audience across NCCS A/B/C/DE
  2. Pocket friendly - can fit any budget
  3. High dwell time
  4. Excellent Visibility
  5. Highly personalised local touch
  6. Focused exposure at a single point


  1. Footover bridge
  2. Gantry
  3. Hoardings
  4. Lollipops
  5. Unipoles
  6. Road over bridge
  7. Pole Kiosk
  8. Branding
  9. Booth branding
  10. LC gates
  11. Mini unipoles



DOOH, or Digital Out Of Home, is the prodigal son of outdoor advertising. It is defined as a marketing channel where promotional media is dynamically and digitally displayed in outdoor (out of home) public spaces.

Visualise, a dynamic digital screen playing different AV output representing different brands, ideologies, trends, at shopping malls, airports, business centres, food courts, etc. That’s DOOH for you, full of life! The phenomena picked up in the western and European countries, and is being increasingly adapted to in India as well.

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  1. Flexible & Dynamic
  2. Shared economy - Ad slotting helps to accommodate upto 10 brands at a time
  3. Programmatic OOH
  4. Higher engagement with vibrant videos
  5. Better ROI
  6. Durable


The transition from traditional outdoor to digital outdoor is booming with advertisers across the world exploring and adapting to this new phenomena in the outdoor space.

A full fledged digital outdoor ecosystem, in all its glory and maturity could open up exciting avenues for marketers with

  • Dynamic Display Ads

    targeted to each individual when they walk past

  • Automated Buying Process

    with ads being sold in real time auctions/bids

  • Easy Deployment

    of media at desired location with the city, or nationally

  • Programmatic Campaign Management

    highly accurate programmatic campaign management minimizing the ambiguity of outdoor advertising



TOOH, or Traditional Out Of Home, is the grand old father of outdoor advertising. It includes hoardings, billboards, posters, wallscapes, unipoles, gantry and comes in various sizes & forms.

TOOH is the pioneer outdoor segment that has existed for a long time. Due to its high visibility and tactical high traffic area location, it has found immense relevance in pop culture, and thus, is the most common form of OOH media.

Traditional Outdoor is a favourite among marketers for 360 degree brand campaigns. This high impact medium elevates a brand in the conscience of the consumer with its larger than life charm.


  1. Huge, and therefore attention getting- High impact medium that can’t be turned off like TV, Radio
  2. Builds immediate brand awareness in contrast with other mediums like print and TV
  3. Geographically targeted - situated in numerous territories across range of formats strongly appealing to the viewer’s mindset
  4. Connects with a captive group of spectators with an exclusive, uncluttered message
  5. Great conversion rates - High influencing power to drive sales for advertisers; people who tend to see OOH ads many times are more likely to make a purchase
  6. Cost effective - Delivers a low cost per impression

20 lakh sq. feet advertising space accross 12 states

Assam Assam
Bihar Bihar
Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh
Jharkhand Jharkhand
Manipur Manipur
Meghalaya Meghalaya
Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh
Nagaland Nagaland
Tripura Tripura
Uttar Pradesh Uttar Pradesh
West Bengal West Bengal
Mizoram Mizoram

TOOH Offerings

  • Gantry
  • Billboards
  • Unipoles
  • Street Furniture
  • Bus Shelters
  • Pole Kiosk
  • Lollipop

A digital metamorphosis of OOH

A world with topical marketing happening real time, supported with auto-dynamic ad slotting depending on the mood, time or weather of the day - seems like the outdoor space is shifting gear pacing towards a new realm of Offline Media Planning.

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