Lat 26° 42' 33N Long 92° 47' 5E Tezpur Airfield is located near Salonibari to the north of Tezpur in Assam State in northeastern India.
During 1942 built by the British.
Used by the U. S. Army Air Force (USAAF), 10th Air Force as a B-24 Liberator base for the 7th Bombardment Group.
American units based at Tezpur
7th BG, 9th BS (B-24) Pandaveswar June 1, 1945
7th BG, 436th BS (B-24) Pandaveswar June 1, 1945
7th BG, 492nd BS (B-24) Pandaveswar June 1, 1945
7th BG, HQ (B-24) Pandaveswar June 7, 1945
By 1959, further developed into an Indian Air Force base known as Tezpur Air Force Station operating fixed wing and helicopters.
Still in use today as a military/public airport. Also known as Tezpur Airport or Salonibari Airport for the nearby village. Airport codes: ICAO: VETZ / IATA: TEZ. The single runway is oriented 23/05 measures 9,010' x 150' surfaced with asphalt.
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January 9, 2018