Located 8 kilometers from Jammu City, the Jammu Airport, also called Jammu Civil Enclave or Satwari Airport, acts as an important gateway for domestic and international tourists visiting the famous Mata Vaishno Devi shrine. The airport is located at a distance of 14 kilometers from the India-Pakistan border. Recently, the infrastructure of the airport has been enhanced for the security of passengers due to its close proximity to the Pakistani border. The Jammu airport reported 1.16 million passenger traffic movements during the year 2016-17. Airport Authority of India operates a Civil Enclave at the airport for the operations of civil aircraft.
Jammu, popularly called as ‘City of Temples’ and ‘the Winter Capital of Jammu and Kashmir’, is one of the most visited places in India by both national and international travelers. The Vaishno Devi Temple, one of the most sacred Hindu temples in India, is located in Jammu. Apart from this, Ranbireshwar Temple, Raghunath Temple, and Sudh Mahadev Temple are other famous temples in the region. Amar Mahal, Bahu Fort and Garden, Mubarak Mandi Palace, and Mansar Lake are other well-known tourist attractions in Jammu.
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