Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport (IXA)
Agartala Airport was designed and built in 1942 by the then Maharaja of Tripura, Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Bahadur Debbarman.
Facilitation for passengers with disabilities or those who require assistance
IXA is about 14 km from the city centre.
The Bangladesh border surrounds the airport on three sides. This airport was built in 1942 by the Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport. During World War II, the fourth combat cargo group of the United States Army air forces used the airport for flying C-46 Command Transport Aircraft over Burma. Air India started services on 1 August 1953.
Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport provides free Wi-Fi for passengers. Activate your device’s Wi-fi function. Select the network “Free Airport Wi-Fi” and connect. You will be automatically redirected to the airport’s homepage to log in.
Prayer rooms are located after the security check area of the airport.
Smoking is allowed only in dedicated smoking rooms located at the departure level.