Ahmedabad to Bhatinda Flights

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Book the cheapest Ahmedabad to Bhatinda flights on Adani. Booking flights from Ahmedabad to Bhatinda? Well, you are in the right place. Adani has made the flight booking process easier. A quick search on the Adani platform will enable you to book tickets and also glance over the flight timetable spanning several weeks. Travellers can choose from different airlines and see the airfare options by just putting in details such as the source and destination city and the journey date. There are no flights from Ahmedabad to Bhatinda. The best way to travel between these two destinations is to take a flight from Ahmedabad to Amritsar and then travel to Bathinda by road. Taxis are readily available outside Amritsar airport. The road distance from Amritsar to Bathinda is around 200 km, and it can be easily covered in less than four hours. And there are over 25 flights from Ahmedabad to Amritsar daily. These are a mix of direct and connecting flights. Connecting flights usually have layovers in Mumbai and Delhi airports.


About Bhatinda Airport

Amritsar Airport (ATQ) in Punjab is officially known by the name of Sri Guru Ram Dass Ji International Airport and is located 11 km from the city centre. The airport has been named after the fourth Sikh Guru, Guru Ram Das Ji, who was also the founder of Amritsar. It is one of the largest and busiest airports in North India. Amritsar Airport has one integrated terminal to handle both arriving and departing flights for international and domestic passage. The integrated terminal can handle around 1,200 passengers during peak hours. It has around 30 check-in counters, 12 immigration counters, elevators, and parking facilities. There are fast-food joints and cafes, currency exchange kiosks and ATMs at the airport.

About Bhatinda

Bhatinda, or Bathinda, is a city in the state of Punjab. It is famous for housing several ancient monuments and lakes. Qila Mubarak, Indiaís oldest surviving fort, is located in Bhatinda. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Punjab. Besides, the city is home to Bir Talab Zoo and Bathinda Zoological Garden, which attract thousands of nature lovers from across the world. Bhatinda also has several religious places, such as Takhat Sri Damdama Sahib Gurudwara, Mazaar Of Peer Haji Rattan and the Maiser Khana Temple. One can also enjoy authentic lip-smacking Punjabi dishes in this city. Bathinda has a thriving art and culture scene, with several cultural groups, literary societies, and community art theatres organising events for the locals. Locals in Bathinda observe all the Hindu and Sikh holidays throughout the year.

About Ahmedabad Airport

Ahmedabad Airport (AMD) is officially known by the name of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport. It has four terminals: the first terminal is used for domestic operations, the second handles international flights, and the remaining two terminals cater to secondary traffic and cargo. It is located 11 km away from the city centre. You can travel to the city from the airport using several modes of transportation. Car rental services are available in the arrivals areas of both domestic and international terminals. The airport offers several amenities such as ATMs, restrooms, duty-free shops, restaurants, spa services and lounges.

About Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad is the largest city in Gujarat. It is renowned for its cotton and textile industries and several tourist attractions. The city has excellent flight, train and road connectivity to major cities in India. Festivals like Navratri, Uttarayan, and Deepavali are celebrated with great enthusiasm in the city. Ahmedabad is situated on the banks of the Sabarmati River and is around 26 km from Gujarat's capital, Gandhinagar. It was founded in 1411 and served as the capital of the Sultanate of Gujarat. Despite the rapid development it has seen in the past few years, Ahmedabad continues to be the cultural centre of Gujarat.

Airport Information


Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, Hansol, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380003


Bathinda Airport, 7PCW+H8P, Civil Airport, Virk Kalan, Punjab 151201

Frequently Asked Questions

The Golden Temple is around 190 km away from Bathinda. It may take approximately three hours by road.
Wagah Border is around 35 km away from Amritsar airport. The road journey by taxi takes roughly 45 minutes.
Around two or three days are adequate to explore the cityís forts, gurudwaras and temples and savour its rich cuisine.
There are no flights between Ahmedabad and Bhatinda. Passengers need to book their flights from Ahmedabad to Amritsar and then travel to Bhatinda by road. Approximately 25 flights operate between Ahmedabad and Amritsar daily.
Ahmedabad was the capital of Gujarat from 1960 to 1970. The capital of Gujarat is now Gandhinagar.
The closest major airport to Bathinda is the Sri Guru Ram Dass Ji International Airport in Amritsar.
Dal makhni, chhole-bhature, rajma-chawal, butter chicken, lassi, and paratha s are some of the popular food items in Bathinda.
Gujarati is the most widely spoken language in Ahmedabad. English and Hindi are also spoken here.
Being a textile hub, Ahmedabad is the perfect destination to shop for sarees, dress materials, skirts, and fabric.
Ahmedabad is known for its rich history, vibrant culture, mouthwatering snacks, cotton textiles, and monuments.
The aerial distance between Ahmedabad and Amritsar is 984 km.
The months from October to March are ideal for visiting the city because the temperature remains moderate.
Khakra, dhokla, khaman, sukhdi and jalebi, and farsan are some popular snacks in Ahmedabad.
Takhat Sri Damdama Sahib, Bahia Fort, Qila Mubarak, and Bir Talab Zoo are some famous places to see in Bathinda.
It is called ëManchester of Indiaí because of the similarities between the textile industries in Ahmedabad and Manchester. Ahmedabad is situated on the banks of the Sabarmati River and is known for its cotton production capacity.