Bengalure Airport is the International Airport well connected to city located at 40 km from the Bengaluru city area near the village of Devanahalli. Airport Enquires Number : 080667 84444.
Bangalore airport bus
Bangalore airport bus timings
Routes : HAL Main Gate to HAL Main Gate , Fare : 230, timings : Every 1 hour from 3AM to 11 PM.
BANASHANKARI TTMC to HAL Main Gate , Fare : 220, timings : Every 1 hour from 3AM to 11 PM.
The Nearest Airtport to Bangalore is Kempegowda International Airport., and other popular disctrict head offices are Bangalore Urban I and II Additional District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum, Bangalore Water Supply Division, District Registrar Office, Bangalore Fort, District Training Institute, Bangalore Rural and Ramanagara District Co-operative Bank, The nearby Fire service for this district is Fire Station. The District Library is City Central Library.The Head Post office for this district is in GPO, General Post Office. and the Railway Station is Bengaluru City Junction Railway Station (station).
Bangalore District Nearest Airport:
Kempegowda International Airport
KIAL Rd, Devanahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560300, India 1800 425 4425
No proper roads.... so please make it and solve it because so many vehicles are travelling in this road day by day.
About anekal Bangalore District
Keerthi Kumar said on
To our village there is no proper busess and in our village route near gunjur the road is worst
So, I please request you to solve this problem
About bangalore_north Bangalore District
Rukmini said on
Am in singahalli village so many transportation problem.
About bangalore_east Bangalore District
Meghana Naidu said on
Kodathi is a beautiful village with lots of large trees and open places. But in the past year that I have lived there I can see the garbage situation going from bad to worse. The drain running along the main kodathi road is already clogged and is stinking. If we don\'t gear up and find a solution to this, we will soon be faced with the same problem as bangalore main city. Also with dengue doing the rounds we have to take action now or it will be too late to make a correction.