India has several airports, ranging from small regional airports to larger international hubs.
On this website you can find all smoking areas in airports, including designated smoking areas and available facilities. We understand the frustration of going through security only to find that there are no smoking areas anywhere and in some cases e-cigarettes may not be allowed.
This service is for all smokers who want to enjoy a cigarette before or after long flights.
Airports in India
- NEW DEHLI – INDIRA GANDHI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (DEL)
- MUMBAI – CHHATRAPATI SHIVAJI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (BOM)
- CHENNAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (MAA)
- BANGALORE KEMPEGOWDA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (BLR)
- KOCHI – COCHIN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (COK)
- CHANDIGARH AIRPORT (IXC)
- HYDERABAD – RAJIV GANDHI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (HYD)
- TRIVANDRUM INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (TRV)
- KOLKATA – NETAJI SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (CCU)
- CALICUT INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (CCJ)
- GOA DABOLIM AIRPORT (GOI)
- AMRITSAR – DRI GURU RAM DASS JEE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (ATQ)
- MANGALORE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (IXE)
- AHMEDABAD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (AMD)
- JAIPUR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (JAI)
- PUNE AIRPORT (PNQ)
- LUCKNOW CHAUDHARY CHARAN SINGH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (LKO)
- COIMBATORE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (CJB)
- TIRUCHIRAPALLY CIVIL AIRPORT (TRZ)
- SILIGURI BAGDOGRA AIRPORT (IXB)
- GUWAHATI – LOKPRIYA GOPINATH BORDOLOI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (GAU)
India Smoking Law
India has implemented comprehensive smoking regulations to protect public health and reduce tobacco use. However, please note that smoking laws and regulations can change over time, so it’s advisable to refer to the most recent legislation or consult local authorities for the most up-to-date information on India’s smoking laws.
In India, smoking is generally prohibited in all indoor public places, including government buildings, healthcare facilities, educational institutions, public transportation, restaurants, bars, and workplaces. The law also prohibits smoking in outdoor areas such as parks, stadiums, and near educational institutions. India has designated many public areas as smoke-free zones to ensure a healthier environment for its citizens.
The sale of tobacco products to minors under the age of 18 is prohibited in India. Additionally, the country has implemented strict regulations on tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship.
India has taken extensive measures to raise public awareness about the health risks associated with smoking through health campaigns, educational programs, and warnings on cigarette packages. The country has implemented graphic pictorial health warnings on tobacco product packaging.
Enforcement of smoking laws is carried out by relevant authorities, and violations can result in fines or other penalties.
It’s worth noting that some Indian states and union territories may have additional smoking restrictions and regulations beyond the national laws. Therefore, it’s important to consult the specific legislation and regulations of the respective state or union territory for more detailed information.
For the most accurate and up-to-date information on India’s smoking laws, it’s recommended to consult the latest legislation or reach out to local authorities or health organizations.
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