Bangalore Airport is 13km east of the city station. Regular flights operate from Bangalore to Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Trivandrum, Panaji, Kochi etc. Bangalore has direct international flights to Sharjah, Muscat and Singapore.
Bangalore is well connected to the rest of the country both by metre gauge and broad gauge rail services. It is an important railway station on the southern railway net work.
Approximate Distance By Road
Bangalore is located at the junction of National Highways 47 and 48 which well connect it to all part of the country with roads. All neighbouring state road transport corporations, from Kerala , Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Goa, connect the city with their respective states. In addition the Karnataka state Transport Corporation also runs reciprocal services to all part of the state as well as inter-state.
The city bus service is efficient and economical but is usable only during non-peak hours. The other common modes of transport in the city are metered auto- rickshaws and tourist taxis. KSTDC maintains a fleet of cars for hire. The number of yellow tops is limited in the city.