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There are three functional airports in Bihar and they are Gaya Airport (in Gaya), Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan Airport (in Patna), and Purnea Airport (in Purnea). The Patna Airport enjoys connectivity with Mumbai, Delhi, Lucknow, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Pune, Chennai, Kathmandu and Ranchi. Purnea Airport offers flight twice every week to Kolkata and Patna. Improvements are still taking place in the airport and exclusively Spirit Airways offers chartered flights from this place.
The Patna Airport is considered as a limited international airport and there is custom checking arrangement for entertaining overseas chartered flights.
Another international airport is the Gaya Airport. It offers flights to destinations like Singapore, Colombo, Paro, Bangkok, and other places.
Bihar enjoys good accessibility via railway tracks to the other parts of the country. The majority of the small settlements are interlinked with each other. In addition, they enjoy connectivity to important places including Delhi, Kolkata, and Mumbai. Some of the best railheads in the state are Muzaffarpur, Patna, Katihar, Darbhanga, Chhapra, Barauni, Gaya and Bhagalpur.
Indian Railways formed East Central Railway on October 1, 2002 and its head office is located at Hajipur. The division consists of Mughalsarai, Danapur, and Dhanbad segments of Eastern Railway and Sonpur and Samastipur segments of North Eastern Railway.
Bihar is home to an extensive network of state roadways. National Highways (29 in all) cover an overall distance of 2,910 km. At the same time, state highways cover a distance spanning 3,766 km. Luxury buses are operated by BSTDC (Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation) to all the key destinations in the state. Taxis and vehicle rental services are available without difficulties. EazeeCab has been introduced in various areas of the state. At present, there are a number of better roadways, dhabas, motels and other facilities.
National Waterways No. 1 joins the state and this was set up in the month of October 1986. The National Waterway has permanent depots at Kolkata (BISN), Haldia, Farrakka, Pakur, and Patna. In addition, it has floating depot arrangements at Kolkata, Haldia, Katwa, Diamond Harbor, Baharampur, Tribeni, Bhagalpur, Jangipur, Doriganj, Semaria, Ghazipur, Ballia, Chunar, Varanasi, and Allahabad as well.
You can tour the places listed below for short trips or excursions:
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