Adampur Airport, Jalandhar is a very old  base station. The base played a crucial role in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965 and The Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. During 1999 Kargil Conflict flying from Adampur AFS, Jalandhar, Mirages of No. 7 Squadron IAF struck Tigerhill, Muntho Dhalo and Tololing. The Airports Authority of India has built a Adampur Airport, Jalandhar at a cost of Rs 18 crore[4] at Kandola village of Jalandhar district adjoining the airbase to facilitate commercial civil aviation. The Central government had cleared the techno-feasibility report for setting up the Adampur Airport, Jalandhar in July 2015 after AAI had inspected the proposed site of 50 acres of land after receiving No Objection Certificate from Indian Air Force.Commercial flights started on 1 May 2018 from a porta cabin type terminal when SpiceJet began operations under the UDAN Regional Connectivity Service (RCS) of the Government of India

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