Construction work on Phase I of Deoghar International Airport has been completed. With this, commercial operations are likely to commence soon. The project involves the development of an airport in Deoghar in the state of Jharkhand at an investment of Rs 4.01 billion. It is being developed on 653.75 acres of land. Equipped with all modern facilities, the airport will have six check-in counters and handle a capacity of 200 passengers. The airport has also installed solar energy and water harvesting systems. The airport will provide better and easier connectivity for people from the districts of Dumka (Jharkhand), Gonda (Uttar Pradesh) and Banka (Bihar). There are six check-in counters, a departure conveyor and two arrival conveyor belts. In addition, X-ray machines, security equipment and CCTVs have been installed inside the terminal.