Remarks: the Check-In area of Bengaluru International Airport Limited, India's second Greenfield airport after the one in Hyderabad. This airport was designed as a simple box structure, with a very innovatively made roof, this happens to be wonderfully efficient and one of the most profitable airports in the country.
Sriram Hariharan, cheers for the edit.
Remarks:No. 750 on Jetphotos.net. Can't be a better one for me from my ex-home base, Bengaluru Airpoprt. The spotting location to catch the 27 arrivals at Bengaluru International Airport. This location is located on the Betta Kote road after taking the exit from the Bengaluru-Hyderabad Highway at Devanahalli. Seen here is the Emirates Airbus A340-313X A6-ERP seconds before touching down on runway 27. You will need a minimum 200 mm telephoto lens to get a good shot of these metallic birds from this location. Google Maps Coordinates for this location: 13° 11' 56.78", 77° 44' 22.49".
Dedicating this shot to fellow API Spotters based out of BLR and all other spotter friends whom I have known!
Remarks: The baggage claim area at BIAL. I think BIAL has one of the most efficient baggage handling systems in the country. The first bag is on the belt within about 7 mins after the plane arrives at the gate.
Remarks: Part of the layover ramp on this gloomy August morning. Seen here is Kingfisher Airlines VT-KFL pushed back from the gate and preparing to taxi to the active runway 27, Kingfisher Airlines VT-KFF taking a rest as the engines are covered, and an Air India A319 VT-SCU resting before commencing her flying for the day. Seen at the background is the complete view of the BIAL terminal with a Jet Airways Boeing 737 docked to one of the aerobridges.
Remarks: View of the check-in counters at BIAL. BIAL has an integrated terminal which means the same building is used for both domestic and international departures / arrivals. This allows for re-use of the check-in counters by different airlines at different times of the day.
Remarks:**TOP SHOT** Some prominent tails of aircrafts at Bengaluru International Airport. Jet Airways Boeing 737-800, Kingfisher Airbus A320-232, another Jet Airways Boeing 737-800, followed by the ATR72 of Kingfisher Airlines and Jet Airways and SpiceJet Boeing 737-800. At the far-end is the FedEx McDonnell Douglas MD-11(F) on her very first visit to Bengaluru. Click here to see the FedEx rotating off runway 27.