Ahmedabad to Jamshedpur Flights

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Do you want a stress-free experience with your flight bookings from Ahmedabad to Jamshedpur? Let Adani One make it a hassle-free and seamless experience for you to book your flight tickets.Adani One finds scheduled flights at economical price rates. The airfare calendar is available on the Adani One when you input the source and destination cities and travel dates. This will help you choose the best flight option that suits your travel needs. Adani One offers multiple deals, cash discounts, promotions, and cashback on your flight bookings across all major flight carriers. Enjoy the benefits of these promotions and the option that suits your pocket and travel needs. The platform supports all major domestic carriers, such as Air India, Air Asia, Go First, and IndiGo. Adani One refreshes the information on its portal frequently to ensure you have the most updated information to help you with your decision-making.There are currently no flights available from Ahmedabad To Jamshedpur. Currently, one daily nonstop flight from Ahmedabad to Ranchi operated by IndiGo departs Ahmedabad at 1:20 pm and reaches Ranchi at 3:25 pm with a flight duration of two hours and five minutes. Travellers can continue their onward journey of approximately 100 km from Ranchi airport to Jamshedpur by road or train.The next available option is operated by IndiGo with a flight from Ahmedabad to Ranchi, with a stopover in Pune, which takes four hours and forty-five minutes. The flight leaves Ahmedabad at 3:00 am and reaches Ranchi at 7:45 am. The layover in Pune is one hour and ten minutes.Book your flight tickets on Adani One now!

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About Jamshedpur Airport

Ranchi Airport(IATA: IXR) is named after Birsa Munda, the famous tribal freedom fighter, and called Birsa Munda AirportRanchi Airport (IATA: IXR)is called Birsa Munda Airport, in honour of Birsa Munda, the well-known tribal freedom fighter. The airport is located 5 kilometres from the city centre near Hinoo. Ranchi Airport has a single terminal that can accommodate 125 arriving and departing passengers. Almost all major domestic airline carriers, including Air India and IndiGo, operate flights to and from major cities in India, such as Bangalore, Kolkata, Delhi, Patna, and Mumbai. The airport has facilities such as X-ray scanners, multiple check-in counters and security counters. The airport has regular bus services and rental car services available to travel to Jamshedpur.

About Jamshedpur

Jamshedpur, located in the southeastern region of Jharkhand , is one of the country's most important industrial centres. Jamshedpur is home to TISCO , the country's first private iron and steel firm, which opened in 1911. Jamshedpur is located in the Chota Nagpur region and covers 64 square kilometres , and is flanked by the Dalma Hills. The city is named Jamshedpur by Lord Chelmsford after the noted industrialist Jamsetji Tata founded the city in 1919. The cuisine of Jamshedpur has the influence of Bihar and Bengal . While the daily meal consists of rice, roti, dal, and vegetable curry, there are several traditional delectable, savoury and sweet dishes that form part of the culinary spread of the residents. A combination of sattu powder with onions and spices, a sweet called pua , chilka roti, a rice pancake called dhuska served with potato and gram curry, dishes made using bamboo shoots as a vegetable, and a locally made rice-based beer called handia are some of the traditional cuisines of Jamshedpur.

Place to visit in Jamshedpur

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Bhuvaneshwari Temple

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Dimna Lake

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Jubilee Park

About Ahmedabad Airport

Ahmedabad Airport (IATA: AM D), or Sardar Vallabhai Patel International Airport is named after Sardar Vallabhai Patel, the well-known freedom fighter and first Deputy Prime Minister of Independent India. The airport is managed by the Adani Group and is located 9 km from the city centre. It is the primary airport in Gujarat, serving the cities of Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar, and serves both domestic and international passengers. The airport has four terminals: one for domestic flights and another for international flights, another terminal to accommodate secondary traffic, and a cargo terminal. Terminal 1, which is the domestic terminal, is spread across almost 30,000 sq. m, with a handling capacity of 800 passengers each at arrival and at departure. Terminal 2 is dedicated to international flights and is spread across an area of more than 40,000 sq. m and can handle 800 passengers each at departure and arrival. Prepaid taxi services, app-based cabs for quick booking, currency exchange, ATMs, luggage wrapping, medical facilities, and duty-free stores are some of the services available at the airport.

About Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad is a city in the western Indian state of Gujarat. It is a fast-developing city on the banks of the Sabarmati River, with a rich historical background and diversified culture. Ahmedabad was founded by Sultan Ahmad Shah, the ruler of Gujarat, in the early part of the 15th century. In 1572. Akbar captured the region, and Ahmedabad remained under Mughal rule until the British annexed it in 1818. When the first cotton mill was opened in Ahmedabad, the city became a major industrial centre with a major influx of people, and the city prospered. Ahmedabad was the temporary capital of Gujarat from 1960 to 1970. Today, Ahmedabad continues its legacy and has one of the largest cotton mill industries in India. Other major businesses in the city include pharmaceuticals, software, food processing, and carpets. The service industry also is a major employment provider. Ahmedabad is the first Indian city designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The festivals of Uttarayan and Navratri are the most significant times to visit the city. There is much to see and do in this city known for its vibrant tie-dye bandhani fabrics and intricately embroidered dupattas. The Gandhi Ashram museum, the Kite Museum, the Calico Museum, and the Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Museum, among others, reflect the city's cultural diversity.

Place to visit in Ahmedabad

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Adalaj Stepwell

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Bhadra Fort

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Kankaria Lake

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Rani ki Vav

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Sabarmati Ashram

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Sabarmati Riverfront

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Airport Information

Ahmedabad

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

Jamshedpur