The morning of November 21 in India saw the hanging of Kasab and the morning of November 22, Belgaum is back on the aviation map of the world.
Spicejet which commenced its operations to Bangalore from here was very well received.
About 27 people landed on Sambra airport at 0830 and 28 flew to Bangalore at 0850.
The flight on day one was on time and the new terminal was abuzz with activity after January 10, 2011 when KF stopped its flight from here.
The flight SG3302 Belgaum to Bangalore will depart from Belgaum at 0850 and arrive at 0935.
The Bangalore to Belgaum flight SG3301 will depart from Bangalore at 0740 and reach Belgaum at 0830.
1942- The Royal Air Force (RAF) established its base at Sambra
1947- Indian Airlines commenced its operations from here
1989- Private airline operators given permission
1989-93- Vayudoot Private carrier flew from here
1993-95- East West Airways Also took off from here
1994-96- NEPC Commenced its operations
1997-98- Span Airways
1998-99- Gujrat Airways
2003-09- Air Deccan (Kingfisher Red)
Night landing facility available with Popy lights and Dopler war.
Runway is 1432 metres in length and 43 meter wide