Celebrating its 4th anniversary, Bengaluru International Airport will soon offer a range of culinary options to domestic as well as international passengers taking flights to India and landing up in the city.

International fliers taking flights to India and landing up at the Bengaluru International Airport (State of Karnataka) will soon have a host of new services to enjoy. Celebrating its 4th anniversary, the international airport has announced a number of new offerings for the passengers.

The airport’s press release that was posted on its website on 24th May claimed that the new services are sure to add to the general comfort and pleasure of the travellers at the airport.

Bengaluru International Airport remains a popular gateway to South India. Heaps of foreign tourists who plan a holiday tour to southern part of India invariably choose to land at this fine airport. Bengaluru is also renowned as a hub for India’s information technology industry and is considered one of the world’s top most preferred entrepreneurial venues. Not surprisingly, the city airport witnesses a stream of corporate and executive travellers, apart from vacationers who opt for relatively cheap flights to India.

Come June, travellers will be able to enjoy the lavish culinary spread that this southern part of the country is so famous for. Halli Mane (local cuisine), Wangs Kitchen (orient), Chai Point (food and beverage) and Hatti Kaapi (authentic South Indian coffee) are few joints set to come up.

Pause Lounge Bar Restaurant will also be set up for travel buffs looking to indulge. The lounge is likely to target fliers booking business and first class airline ticket deals.

Sanjay Reddy, Managing Director, Bengaluru International Airport, said: “On the occasion of our 4th anniversary, we would like to thank all our stakeholders, especially airport users and passengers for their unwavering and continued support. We have constantly strived to make the airport passenger friendly through various new initiatives including the Smile Bengaluru campaign which invited suggestions and feedback from people on ways to improve the airport. Needles to state we are also committed to making Bengaluru International Airport a destination that will promote the essence and culture of South India through its initiatives.”

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