The new terminal at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport in the Indian state of Gujarat began international operations on 14 September.
The T-2 terminal, built at a cost of INR3bn ($64m) over an area of 40,000m², will handle around a dozen international flights daily, according to indianexpress.com.
The terminal has a capacity of 2,200 passengers during peak hours and can accommodate 30 large aircraft such as the Airbus-380.
The terminal building includes an advanced fire fighting and security system, seven boarding gates, four aero-bridges and 32 check-in centres.
The terminal is also equipped with a software-enabled aerodrome operation control centre to make better use of energy.