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Ahmedabad to Allahabad Flights

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Ahmedabad Airport is also known as Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (IATA: AMD), and Allahabad Airport is officially called Prayagraj Airport (IATA: IXD). While Ahmedabad Airport is connected to all major international and domestic destinations via direct and connecting flights, Allahabad Airport is a domestic airport, which is only connected to a few Indian cities.

As of now, there are about 5-6 flights from Ahmedabad to Allahabad every day. All these are connecting flights with layovers in cities like Indore, New Delhi, Dehradun, and Mumbai, and depending on the duration of the layovers, these flights can take anywhere between 5 hours and 11 hours to reach the destination.

All the necessary information regarding the flights from Ahmedabad to Allahabad is mentioned in the sections given below.

Flights from Ahmedabad to Allahabad


About Allahabad Airport

Allahabad Airport, which is officially called Prayagraj Airport (IATA: IXD), is a domestic airport, located in Bamrauli, about 14 km to the west of the city centre. The airport was built in 1919, and serviced flights to London until 1946. There is only one passenger terminal at the airport that includes facilities such as cafes, souvenir shops, wheelchair assistance, medical facilities, information desks, luggage trolleys, passenger lounges, mobile charging ports, etc. To reach the city from the airport, you can hire taxis or rental cars, available easily at the airport.

About Allahabad

Allahabad, a city in Uttar Pradesh, was recently renamed Prayagraj by the state government. The city is known in ancient scriptures as Prayag or Teertharaj and is among India’s most sacred pilgrimages. It is situated at the confluence of the Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati, and this region is called the Triveni Sangam. Hence, Allahabad draws pilgrims from around the country.

Allahabad hosts the Maha Kumbh Mela, pulling millions of devotees from around India every 12 years. Moreover, every year, the city hosts the Magh Mela, which brings thousands of tourists together, who come to take a dip in the Triveni Sangam. Apart from these, the city offers various noteworthy attractions to visit, ranging from Allahabad Fort and Khusro Bagh to Company Bagh and Anand Bhawan.

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All Saints Cathedral

An imposing Anglican church, All Saints Cathedral, often known as Pattar Girja (Church of stones), is located in Prayagraj (formerly called Allahabad). This church is built in the pure Gothic architecture of European cathedrals of the 13th century. It is dotted with eye-capturing classical columns, vaulted ceilings, archways, and extra-fine altars inlaid with marble. The stained glass windows too are quite a sight to behold. The structure stands at a height of 31 metres. The structure also boasts of a rich influence of Mughal architecture. The foundation stone of the cathedral was laid in 1971 by Muir Elizabeth Huntly Wemyss, and the All Saints Cathedral was built 20 years later. The chief architect of the project was Sir William Emerson. The cathedral is well connected by road, as it is at one of the busiest junctions in Prayagraj. The best time to visit the cathedral is during Christmas season when it is beautifully lit up and decorated.

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Allahabad Fort

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Triveni Sangam

The Triveni Sangam, or the meeting point of three rivers, is one of the most pious places in India. It is held in utmost religious and spiritual significance all over the country. It is located approximately 7 Km from the city of Prayagraj or Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh. Herein, the three holy rivers: Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati, meet each other at a point. Saraswati is a mythical river of India that has dried up now. You can only see Ganga and Yamuna meeting each other now. You can take a dip in the holy waters of the rivers to wash away all your sins. A popular Hindu belief is that holy water can wash off your sins and cleanse your heart and soul. There are many arrangements made for you to take a dip in the exact meeting point of Ganga and Yamuna. The water is clean, pleasant, and cool. If you take a boat ride, you're likely to see the two water bodies mingling into each other at a point.

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Anand Bhawan

Anand Bhavan is a very popular tourist destination and one of a kind museum located in Prayagraj (formerly known as Allahabad). It was the ancestral home of the Nehru family. It also briefly served as the headquarters of the Indian National Congress, till it was donated in service to the nation. At present, the place serves as a historic house museum. It also houses the Jawahar Planetarium. It is also the headquarters of Bal Bhawan, a young students’ movement started by Jawaharlal Nehru. The place was built by Motilal Nehru in the 1930s. It is currently managed by the government since the granddaughter of Motilal Nehru, and former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi donated the place in 1970. The site is 6 Km from the Allahabad airport, and is well connected by road. November is the best time to visit the place since it is a time of great festivities here to celebrate the birth month of the first prime minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.

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New Yamuna Bridge

Yamuna Bridge, also called Naini Bridge was recently reconstructed with finer architectural details and greater strength. It is one of India's largest cable-stayed bridges and the first six-lane bridge of its kind. It connects Prayagraj with Naini by crossing the Yamuna River north-south direction. The 370-meter-long bridge also serves as a transportation connection among Prayagraj and NH-27 highway. The initiative of the development of bridge was finished in the year 2004. The motive behind the development was to reduce traffic congestion. While cruising along the bridge, you can enjoy breathtaking sights of the Yamuna River. For the best experience, visit the place either during the Kumbh Mela or Magh Mela. On regular days, travelling during twilight or dawn would be the best time to see the splendour of the sights around.

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Khusro Bagh


About Ahmedabad Airport

Ahmedabad Airport, also known as Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (IATA: AMD), is located in Hansol, about 11 km north of the city centre. It is named after Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the first Deputy Prime Minister of India. With its two terminals, the airport is quite well-managed. Terminal 1 handles domestic flight traffic, and international flight operations are managed at Terminal 2. Wi-Fi services, medical facilities, plush lounges, child care rooms, wheelchair assistance for senior citizens and the physically-challenged, food joints, ATMs, smoking rooms, postal services, mobile charging ports, shopping outlets, etc., have been made available to passengers flying in and out of this airport. You can reach the airport from anywhere in the city via a taxi, bus, or rental car.

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About Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad, a city in Gujarat, serves as the administrative centre of the Ahmedabad district, and as a result, the seat of the Gujarat High Court. The city is located on the banks of the Sabarmati River, about 27 km from Gandhinagar, the state capital.

Ahmedabad was founded in 1411 to serve as the capital of the region ruled by Sultan Ahmed Shah. During British rule, it became part of the Bombay Presidency, and was later named the capital of Gujarat in 1960.

Ahmedabad has a hot semi-arid climate, with scorching summers from late March to early June, a rainy monsoon season from late June to September, and a cool winter season from November to February. The best time to visit Ahmedabad for sightseeing is, therefore, between October and March.

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Adalaj Stepwell

The Adalaj Stepwell is located in a village by the same name in Gandhinagar city around 18 Km from Ahmedabad’s Kalupur Railway station. This stunning architectural beauty constructed out of sandstone stands five stories tall and has an octagonal shape. This classical architectural piece built in 1499 perfectly combines geometric designs and Islamic floral patterns. There are large windows on every floor that let the light and air in and paint the intricately carved pillars on each floor in a different colour depending on the position of the sun throughout the day or the moon at night. Three different entrance stairs lead into the stepwell. One notable feature of the place is that the navgraha is believed to protect the temple from all evil spirits. Thousands of visitors visit the Adalaj Stepwell to witness the breathtaking view from the windows on the first floor. There are several pillars present in the Adalaj Stepwell, and every floor is spacious enough to hold up to 100 people at a time. Apart from still providing water to the people in the surrounding areas, this is also a place of worship.

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Sabarmati Riverfront

Over the past few years, the Sabarmati Riverfront has been gaining a lot of traction in the form of tourists and emerged as one of the most popular tourist spots in Ahmedabad city. The riverfront provides an 11.4 Km long walkway for pedestrians, whereas the lower part of the promenade serves cyclists as well as pedestrians alike. The aim of the project was to provide the city with a meaningful waterfront environment around the Sabarmati river banks and redefine the identity of rivers in a positive manner. Sabarmati Riverfront is now not only a popular hangout for locals and travellers but also birds, as close to 120 species of migratory and native birds congregate here. The stunning river view with the chirping of birds is a pleasant combination. So, if you want to spend time with your friends and family while sitting close to nature, a visit to the Sabarmati Riverfront is all you need.

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Jama Masjid

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Kankaria Lake

Located in the south-eastern part of Ahmedabad, the Kankaria Lake near the Maninagar area is the second-largest lake in Ahmedabad and was built in 1451. It sports various tourist attractions such as a zoo, aquarium, kids city, toy train, tethered hot-air balloon ride, water rides, and an expansive pedestrian walking area. The lake itself is around 4 sq Km wide. This is a very popular tourist destination that has a footfall of around 70 lac people on weekdays alone, with over 1.18 crore people already having visited the lake after it was reopened to the public. The lake has an island that encompasses Nagina Wadi, a popular garden floating right in the middle. Kankaria lake is emerging as a major arts and culture platform and often hosts musical nights, light and sound shows, and fireworks displays as well. Before the pandemic struck, the week-long Kankaria Carnival held every year in December drew large crowds.

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Sabarmati Ashram

Sabarmati Ashram, also known as Harijan Ashram was originally established in Kochrab, Ahmedabad and was later shifted to the banks of the Sabarmati river in 1917. It was earlier called Satyagraha Ashram and was home to Mahatma Gandhi from its inception up to 1930 when he vowed not to step foot into the ashram till India was a free country. This was also the place that marked the beginning of the Dandi March on March 12, 1930, towards Dandi around 275 Km away. Though he never visited the ashram again, the place was converted into a museum to pay homage to the ideology of the Mahatma. The museum now houses various artefacts used by Mahatma Gandhi and related to the freedom struggle, paintings, letters, and photographs. The site is well connected and one can take a local bus, train which connects all major cities of India with Ahmedabad, or travel by air to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Airport in Ahmedabad which is just 11 minutes away to get to the ashram.

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Sidi Sayyed Mosque

Frequently Asked Questions

Approximately 5-6 flights operate between Ahmedabad and Allahabad every day. All of these are connecting flights with layovers in cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Indore, and Dehradun. 

The official name of Ahmedabad Airport is Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport and its IATA code is AMD. The airport’s name in Allahabad is Prayagraj Airport and its IATA code is IXD. 

The aerial distance between Ahmedabad and Allahabad is approximately 960 km. 

The shortest flight from Ahmedabad to Allahabad is operated by IndiGo, and it takes about 5 hours to reach the destination, which includes a layover of 1 hour and 20 minutes in Dehradun. 

The transportation facilities available at Allahabad Airport are taxi services and buses. Rental car facilities can also be hired through scheduled bookings. 

Most domestic flights allow passengers to carry food on their flights. Passengers, however, need to ensure that the food items are packed well and are spill-proof. Some airlines may have a different policy. Hence, it is best to check with the airline before carrying food on flights. 

A minimum of 2-3 days are a must if you want to visit all the places in Allahabad. Should you plan to explore some nearby locations, an extra day or two might be required.  

Triveni Sangam is considered one of the religiously significant places in Allahabad as it is the meeting point of the three holy rivers of India – Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati.  

Two days should be enough to explore all the popular places in Ahmedabad. However, if you want to visit some nearby places or other not-so-popular locations in and around the city, you must spare an additional day or two. 

As of now, IndiGo is the only airline that operates flights between Ahmedabad and Allahabad. 
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Airport Information

Allahabad Allahabad Airport Terminal, Bamrauli Airport Area, Bamrauli, Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh 211012

Ahmedabad Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport Hansol, Ahmedabad Gujarat 380003