The Kullu-Manali Airport is in the Bhuntar town of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The airport is situated on the bank of river Beas and its runway lies in a deep valley. Its runway was destroyed by floods in 1995. The new airport terminal was inaugurated in 2008 with the expansion of the airport apron to park two aircraft at the same time. The Kullu-Manali Airport has a single runway and is well-connected to some major and minor cities in India. The Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport is the major layover airport from Kullu. You can board flights to other places from the IGI Airport.
Kullu or Kulu town is around 10 km from Bhuntar and 11 km from Kullu Airport. Besides its natural beauty, Kullu has many interesting tourist attractions to offer. The Great Himalayan National Park, famous for its scenic beauty, is located amidst four valleys. Activities like trekking can be done here. Raghunath Temple is the oldest temple here and it is of great religious importance. Chandrakhani Pass, Friendship Peak, Bhrigu Lake, Jagannathi Devi Temple, and Shringi Rishi Temple are few of the best places to visit.
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