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Berhampur Airport also known as Rangeilunda airstrip is located 9 km east of Berhampur (Silk city) in Odisha, India. The airstrip was built by the British during World War II and is adjacent to the Berhampur University.
Rangeilunda airstrip is spread over 40-acres and is under the control of the State Public Works Department. The runway is 750 meters (around 2250 ft) long and is periodically maintained by the state government of Odisha. There is a suitable helipad too.
The runway is used by the defence establishment, State Government, Private companies and VIPs to reach Berhampur and other places in south Odisha. The State's second flying training Institute is coming up at the airport. The Air Traffic Control Tower (MSSR site), Wind direction indicator and AAI offices are located close to the Airport.
Distance from Rangeilunda Airport:
- Berhampur University: 0 km
- Berhampur city: 5 km
- Gopalpur-on-Sea: 5 km
- Chhatrapur: 10 km,
- Bhairabi Temple: 15 km,
- Rushikulya rookery: The biggest mating grounds of Olive ridley sea turtle in the world: 20 km,
- Ganjam: Old head quarter of Ganjam District: 20 km,
- Taratarini Temple: 30 km
- Jaugada (World famous for Ashok's 2271 years old kalingan inscription): 35 km,
- Chilika Lake: 40 km,
- Taptapani: 50 km.
- Hinjilicut: 30 km,
- Aska: 50 km,
- Bhanjanagar: 90 km,
- Patnaik, Sunil (2012). "The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) | Odisha | Rangeilunda flying club takes off". telegraphindia.com (Calcutta, India). Retrieved 27 April 2012. "the present runway is 750-meter"
- Patnaik, Sunil (2012). "The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) | Orissa | First flight takes off from Gopalpur". telegraphindia.com (Calcutta, India). Retrieved 27 April 2012. "Rangeilunda as the second flying club in Orissa"
- "Gopalpur-on-sea put on air map, IBN Live News". ibnlive.in.com. 2012. Retrieved 27 April 2012. "signing of a memorandum of understanding with the state government in 2008 to operate the institute"
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