Rajiv Gandhi Hyderabad International Airport (HYD)
Hyderabad International Airport (IATA: HYD, ICAO: VOHS) also known as Rajiv Gandhi International Airport is located at 20 km at the south of Hyderabad, near Shamshabad, serving the city with domestic and international flights.
About the name:
The airport was named after Rajiv Gandhi, former Prime Minister of India. After several protests against this decision, on 2014 the Ministry of Civil Aviation named the domestic terminal N. T. Rama Rao as a result of the protests of Rajya Sabha members.
Hyderabad, also known as “Cyberabad” is a southern major Indian city popular for being an important business conferences center. It counts with a magnificent and rich cultural and historical heritage. The major attractions are Birla Mandir, Salarjung Museum and Golconda Fort. Nearby the airport you can also visit Falaknuma Palace, Paigah Tombs and Charminar.
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- Present and Future
- Capacity will be expanded to both terminals in various phases: by 2022 is expected to reach 20 million passengers per year. Major improvements on T1 and T2 are planned to be done by this period and also the extending of railway services directly to the passengers’ terminal.
Contact Information HYD AirportSee the airport in Google Maps
Custom care: +91 1 800 149 2008
Immigration: +91 40 2324 1413
Lost & found baggage
Passengers can report any damaged baggage to the ground handling agent of their airline.
Lost & Found call: +91 194 230 3311
Address: Shamshabad, Hyderabad, 500 108, INDIA
Phone (24x7 Helpline): +91 40 6676 4000