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Ahmedabad to Ranchi Flights

A flexible flight schedule and reasonable fares are two major reasons why most travellers choose airways as a preferred mode of travel while travelling from Ahmedabad to Ranchi. Approximately there are 27 flights which are currently operating from Ahmedabad to Ranchi. Out of these 27 flights, there are no direct flights; however, all of these are connecting. The first flight of the day is IndiGo 6E158 at 04:15 whereas the last flight is operated by IndiGo 6E383 at 22:45 pm. Here is the detailed guide about the Ahmedabad to Ranchi flights.

Flights from Ahmedabad to Ranchi


About Ranchi Airport

Ranchi Airport, officially known as the Birsa Munda Airport, is located near Hinoo, approximately 5.4 km from the city centre. The airport is managed by the Airports Authority Of India and is named after the Indian tribal freedom fighter Birsa Munda. It has only one terminal that handles domestic traffic. The newly constructed passenger terminal was opened in 2013. The terminal building consists of a departure area on the ground floor and an arrival area on the first floor. It has the capacity to handle 500 domestic and 200 international passengers at a time. It offers several facilities like Wi-Fi, medical assistance, restaurants, etc. Besides, it is located in the heart of the city and is easily accessible by private or public transport facilities.

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COVID-19 Information

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The Aarogya Setu App must be downloaded and activated on the phone of the traveller

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At all times, a mask must be worn.

All airlines have security guidelines specifically for your baggage. These include what to carry, packing tips, and more such information. Please do follow these guidelines while packing to avoid any delays. You can drop off your check-in baggage at the Airline counters.

Hand Baggage

One hand bag up to 7 kgs and 115 cms (L+W+H) shall be allowed per customer. For safety reasons, your hand bag is to be placed under the seat in front or in the overhead bin. Dimensions - 55cm x 35cm x 25cm

In addition to the one piece of hand baggage permitted, you are allowed an additional personal article such as ladies’ purse or a small bag containing laptop (not weighing more than 3 kgs).

Things to keep in mind for a hassle-free flying experience
  • Do not carry any items that are prohibited or dangerous
  • Put all the carry-on liquids in 100 ml or smaller containers.
  • Be aware of the contents of all your baggage.
  • Keep all your medication, important documents, cash and valuable items in your hand baggage. Carry medical prescription if required
  • Reach the airport well in time – 2 hours before your flight time for domestic flights and 4 hours for international flights.
  • Keep your laptop, spare lithium batteries, power banks, phones and other electronic items easily accessible as they would need to be removed during security screening. Remember not to put them in your checked-in baggage
  • Carry your printed or e-ticket along with a photo ID; both would be checked at the airport entrance
  • Bring evidence for any medical metallic implants as these might set off the alarms
  • Generally, be aware of any suspicious activity or objects around you. Alert the airport security if need be
About Ranchi
Ranchi is the capital of the Indian state Jharkhand. It is also known as "The Land of Forests" and is named after a local bird, 'Rinchi'. Ranchi is located on the Southern part of the Chota Nagpur Plateau and is endowed with a pleasant climate because of its hilly topography. Other than the natural beauty, Ranchi is a great place to look into the lives of Indian tribals and learn more about them. Because of the numerous waterfalls in the close vicinity of the city, Ranchi is also known as the 'City of Waterfalls and Lakes'. It is also famous for its cultural richness and beauty. Litti is the most famous dish of Jharkhand. Some famous festivals here are Sarhul, Jawa, and Bhagta Parab.
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Dassam Falls

Dassam Falls is situated in Taimara village in Ranchi district, Jharkhand. The waterfall cascades down from a height of 144 feet. The surrounding land is densely forested, making it a suitable picnic spot. The waterfall is a knick point, which indicates that it has grown over time because of a longitudinal crack in the stony slopes. Stepping or swimming in the water is prohibited as the current is strong and the ground is irregular. Food stalls are available, and there is parking on the premises.

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Jagannath Temple

Jagannath Temple, located in Chennai, is a divine Hindu temple dedicated to the trinity of Subhadra, Jagannath, and Baladeva. The temple represents the Kalinga architecture style. It features multiple shrines dedicated to Hindu Lord Shiva, Bimala, and Ganesha. The main festival celebrated here is Rath Yatra. The shrine is a replica of the main Jagannath Temple in Puri, Odisha. With 22 marble steps and idols of deities made using neem wood, it is one of the most famous temples in India. The temple features the paintings of Pata Chitra on the ceilings and walls. The temple gates open at 6:30 am and close at 12:30 pm. Later, they again remain open from 3:30 pm to 7:30 pm. So, if you’re planning your trip, make sure you choose the right time. Note, during the Rama Navami, the timings may differ. You can also visit the ISKON temple, which is situated close to the Jagannath Temple in Chennai.

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Johna Falls

The Jonha Falls, also known as Gautam Dhara, are cascading waterfalls that flow from the Raru River near Ranchi. The Jonha Falls are around 45 Km from the city, on the Ranchi-Purulia Highway. The pulsing sounds of tumbling water, combined with the region’s flora, will definitely make an impact. This stunning site in Ranchi, which offers a picture-perfect perspective, is a great find for offbeat tourists who seek out unusual experiences. The months of October through February are ideal for visiting the Jonha Falls. The Jonha Falls include a rest spot for tourists that encompasses the shrine of Gautam Buddha. An ashram and a temple dedicated to Lord Buddha have been built on top of the Gautam Pahar by the offspring of King Baldevdas Birla. A holy fair is organised at the Jonha Falls every Tuesday and Saturday.

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Ranchi Lake

Ranchi Lake is a prominent tourist attraction in Ranchi, located at the base of the beautiful Ranchi Hill. This lake is an old reservoir built in 1842 during the colonial era. The lake’s architect was Colonel Onsely. Initially, the lake was used to provide water to the surrounding communities. With the passage of time, this site became a popular tourist destination. It is now frequented by both locals and outsiders. Owing to its distance from the hustle and bustle of the city, it is a great place to recharge. Additionally, boating is an activity that may be enjoyed here. The best time to visit Ranchi Lake is in the monsoon.

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Tagore Hill

Morabadi Hill, popularly known as Tagore Hill, is located in Ranchi, Jharkhand. It stands roughly 300 feet tall and is located 4 Km from Albert Ekka Chowk. Rabindranath Tagore, the renowned poet and Nobel Laureate, has a long association with the peak. After the death of his wife, Kadambari Devi, Rabindranath Tagore’s elder brother, Jyotirindranath Tagore, relocated here in 1912. He later died in 1925 after constructing Shanti Dham and the Brahma Sthal monument. The Ramakrishna Mission Ashram and the Divyayan and Agrarian Vocational Institute are located at the base of this hill. Climbing 200-250 stairs to the top of the hill provides breathtaking views of the town. You can also go trekking and rock climbing and participate in a variety of other adventure sports and exhilarating activities here. The beautiful sunrise and sunset views attract tourists to this place.

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Rock Garden

With a lot of greenery and unique rock formations, the Rock Garden in Ranchi is a popular destination if you’re looking for a fun day out in Ranchi. The place is located around 7 km from the city centre and is well-connected with all sorts of transportation. With an excellent food facility, the place is an ideal destination to visit with friends, family, and kids. The garden features multiple zones based on age groups so that children can enjoy a variety of play equipment. And there are separate sections for adults and elders. One can also visit the Kanke Dam, as it is located close to the garden. Embodied with sculptures, waterfalls, and art, the Rock Garden offers an unparalleled scenic beauty that is hard to describe. If you’re planning to visit the place, make sure you carry comfortable attire and shoes as it involves a lot of walking. Also, visiting during the winter months would be an ideal choice as summers are scorching in Ranchi.

Best Time to Visit Ranchi
The best season to visit Ranchi is the winter season; the temperature is comfortable, making it apt for sightseeing and exploring the city. The best months to visit are September to April.


About Ahmedabad Airport

Located in Hansol, the official name of the Ahmedabad airport is Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport. Known as the largest airport in Gujarat and the seventh busiest in India, the airport has four runways, 45 parking bays and four aerobridges. There are multiple facilities at the airport such as currency exchange, ATMs, restrooms, spa services, duty-free shops etc. The airport also ensures that passenger safety and convenience are prioritised right from the entry points to the exit points.

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Health and Safety Measures at the Ahmedabad Airport
  • For the convenience and safety of the passengers, RT-PCR testing is available at the airport. International passengers are required to undergo an RT-PCR test, which is available in the arrival hall. If domestic passengers wish to get themselves tested, they can do so at the landside area located opposite the T1 terminal
  • Temperature checks are carried out before you enter the terminals
  • We have an enhanced cleaning regime in place across all the terminal buildings, with our sanitizing team in operation 24*7
  • Protective screens are installed at various locations throughout the terminals, including check-in desks and security
  • There is signage placed throughout the airport reminding you to adhere to the basic guidelines like maintaining social distancing and wearing your mask
About Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad, a city with a storied past and architectural marvels, is a must-see for any traveller. One of Gujarat's largest cities, Ahmedabad has developed into a thriving metropolis. On the banks of the Sabarmati River, Ahmedabad is 25 Km away from Gujarat's capital, Gandhinagar. Bhadra Fort, Shaking Minarets, and Lal Darwaza are some of the city's most important historical landmarks. Kankaria and Vastrapur lakes are beautiful spots to enjoy nature's beauty. Ahmedabad is a foodie's paradise, where you can taste some of the best Gujarati delicacies such as dhoklas, khandvis, pakodas, jalebis, and other fantastic snacks. Besides being known as ‘Manchester of the East’, the city also has a one of its kind, must-visit kite museum and a popular local market, Manek Chowk, which is a shopper’s paradise.
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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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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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Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary

Nal Sarovar, which translates to Tap Lake, is a famous tourist spot that is home to a large variety of bird species, both migratory and local. This bird sanctuary comprises nearly 36 islands, making it an ideal breeding ground for birds who find ample food and nesting spaces here. The Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary is located at Sanand village, around 64 Km from Ahmedabad city in Gujarat. The site, declared a sanctuary in 1969, is spread across a vast area of around 121 sq Km. One thing which attracts a bunch of tourists is the wide variety of migratory birds that are often seen here. With nearly 200 bird species, it is one of the biggest bird sanctuaries in India and the largest in Gujarat. An absolute paradise for casual visitors, bird watchers, and photographers, this place is buzzing with people throughout the year, with the winters drawing in the largest crowds. State transport buses and private taxis are easily available here throughout the day.

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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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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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Swaminarayan Temple

Just opposite the Dadar (East) railway station, the Swaminarayan Temple located in Mumbai, India is one of the most beautiful temples you will ever come across. It is managed by the BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha and recently celebrated 30 years since its construction. It is one of the most prominent and most visited Swaminarayan temples in Mumbai. The structure is constructed almost completely in pink stone, which gives it a beautiful calm look against the backdrop of one of the most crowded suburbs in Mumbai. The temple houses 24 avatars of gods and has 5 pinnacles. This place is open to visitors on all days of the week. In addition, the visiting time of the temple is between 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. That allows people to offer their prayers throughout the day. Besides, if you want to experience the Aarti sessions, you can reach the temple by 7 a.m., or 7 p.m.

Virtual Guide from Ahmedabad to Ranchi

Frequently Asked Questions

There are about 70 flights from Ahmedabad to Ranchi in a week.

There is no direct flight between Ahmedabad and Ranchi every day.

The first flight from Ahmedabad to Ranchi, IndiGo 6E-6605, departs at 4:45 am.

The last flight from Ahmedabad to Ranchi, IndiGo 6E-2405, departs at 10:40 pm.

The name of the Ranchi Airport is Birsa Munda Airport, and its code is IXR. The name of the Ahmedabad Airport is Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, and its code is AMD.

All flights between Ahmedabad and Ranchi are operating normally. However, it is essential to follow the health protocols and check with your airline beforehand.

Usually, airlines allow passengers to carry their food on the aircraft. However, it is best to confirm with your airline before travelling.

You can visit the official website of your airline or call their customer care representative to check your booking status.

No, you can obtain it at the airport too. However, it is highly advisable to do it online beforehand.

You can approach the staff of the airline that you have travelled with and provide your boarding pass and details of the lost baggage.

The aerial distance between Ahmedabad and Ranchi is 1301 km.

The minimum time required to fly from Ahmedabad to Ranchi is 04h 45m.
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Airport Information

Ranchi Hinoo, Ranchi, Jharkhand 834002

Ahmedabad Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport Hansol, Ahmedabad Gujarat 380003