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You no longer have to visit multiple websites to check for the best flights from Aizawl to Ahmedabad. Adani's one-stop platform offers great flight deals with updated discounts and cashback. All the major airlines such as IndiGo, Go First and Air India are listed on the platform. You can conveniently book the best flights with the help of its airfare calendar. To avail of maximum discounts, you may want to book a return flight as well if you have a fixed itinerary.More than 15 flights run from Aizawl to Ahmedabad, operated mainly by Air India and IndiGo. The shortest flight from Aizawl to Ahmedabad takes around 7 hours and 20 minutes. These connecting flights have layovers in cities like Kolkata and New Delhi.

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Airline
Departure
Arrival
Duration
Price
IndiGo13:00
Aizawl
18:50
Ahmedabad
05h 50m₹9,880
IndiGo14:55
Aizawl
00:05
Ahmedabad
09h 10m₹9,880
IndiGo13:00
Aizawl
00:05
Ahmedabad
11h 05m₹9,880
IndiGo14:00
Aizawl
00:25
Ahmedabad
10h 25m₹10,405
IndiGo14:00
Aizawl
20:40
Ahmedabad
06h 40m₹10,729
IndiGo14:00
Aizawl
22:25
Ahmedabad
08h 25m₹11,462

Aizawl to Ahmedabad Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

05h 50m

First Flight

IndiGo 6E-6956,departs at 13:00

Last Flight

IndiGo 6E-433, departs at 14:55

Popular Airlines from Aizawl to Ahmedabad

IndiGo

Total flights to Travel from Aizawl to Ahmedabad in a day

6

Airport Codes for Aizawl and Ahmedabad

AJL-Aizawl, AMD-Ahmedabad
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About Ahmedabad Airport

Ahmedabad International Airport, also called Sardar Vallabhai Patel International Airport, is located around 9 km away from the city centre. Its IATA code is AMD and it serves the cities of Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar. It was established in 1937 and has been named after the first Deputy Prime Minister of India, Shri Sardar Vallabhai Patel. It was recognised as an international airport in the year 2000. It was awarded the National Structural Steel Design and Construction Award in 2011 for its state-of-the-art design and structure. It connects Ahmedabad to major metropolitan cities like Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, and Kolkata. Major airline operators such as Go First, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Vistara, etc., frequently operate flights from this airport. The airport has two passenger terminals: Terminal 1 for domestic flights and Terminal 2 for international flights. The airport offers several services for the convenience of the passengers, such as air-conditioned lounges and spas (Terminal 1). Wheelchair facilities, childcare rooms, ATMs, trolleys, and charging points are also available at the airport. Passengers can access various transport services at the airport, including car rental services, prepaid taxis, and public transportation services.

About Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad is one of the important cities in Gujarat on the banks of the Sabarmati River. Founded in 1411 by Sultan Ahmed Shah, the city was earlier called Amdavad. During a brief period between 1960-70, it was the capital of Gujarat. It was the starting point of the famous Salt March, also called Dandi March, a non-violent protest against British rule by Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of our Nation. The historic city of Ahmedabad is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and known for its 'Sultanate Architecture' and Hindu, Jain, and Swaminarayan temples. Taverniere, a French traveller of the 18th century, had compared Ahmedabad to Venice. Ahmedabad was brought under British rule when the Peshawas of Poona entered into a treaty with them in 1817. Ahmedabad primarily depended on the silk, cotton, and gold trade during that time. The city had earned the title of 'Manchester of India' due to its booming business in textiles during the First World War. The Sabarmati River acts as a median for the old and new cities. The old Ahmedabad city is situated on the eastern bank of Sabarmati and has self-contained blocks of houses called 'pols.' Each 'pol' shelters thousands of people. Makar Sankranti, the festival of kites, and Navratri are famous festivals celebrated in the city.

Place to visit in Ahmedabad

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Adalaj Stepwell

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Gandhi Ashram

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Hutheesing Jain Temple

About Aizawl Airport

Aizawl Airport (IATA: AJL) is also called Lengpui Airport. It is the third airport in India to have a tabletop runway. The airport was established in 1995 and was constructed in less than three years. It is capable of handling 300 people at once and is maintained by the state government. The airport has direct flights to different cities, including Guwahati, New Delhi, Agartala, Imphal, Shillong, and Kolkata. Air India, IndiGo, and Alliance Air are the major airlines that operate flights in this region. It has a single terminal that manages both the arrival and departure. The airport offers various services to its passengers, such as ATMs, prepaid taxi services, postal services, and snack bars. For passengers' convenience, free trolleys and wheelchairs are also provided at the airport. One can also shop for the local Mizo fabric and indigenous handicrafts here. The passengers can travel via various Mizoram State Transport buses, inter-state buses, taxis, and car rentals from the airport.

About Aizawl

Aizawl, the capital of Mizoram, is situated at an elevation of 900 metres. It is the most populous city in the state. The beautiful city has the lofty peaks of Durtlang in the north overlooking the lush river valleys of Tlawng (to the west) and Tuirial (to the east and south). The literal meaning of Aizawl is a field of wild cardamom. Mizoram was carved out of Assam in 1972 and Aizawl was made its administrative centre. The residents of Mizoram mainly consist of various local tribes, commonly called Mizos (highlanders). Each tribe has a different dressing style and unique culture. Several festivals, including the Chapchar Kut, Min Kut, and Pawl Kut, are celebrated with great zeal by its residents. Cheraw (bamboo dance) is an internationally renowned traditional dance where the dancers showcase their rhythmic footwork and vibrant costumes. Khuallam, Chheihlam, Chai, and Sarlamkai are the other important dances of the region.
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Airport Information

Aizawl

Lengpui Airport, 796421, Mamit Rd, Lengpui, Mizoram 796421

Ahmedabad

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

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, duty-free shops are available at Terminal 2 that offer passengers a wide range of products.
Yes, Aizawl Airport has a single terminal that handles arrivals and departures.
While doing the web check-in, passengers can pre-order their meals through the Adani portal.
There are no direct flights as of now between these destinations.
The famous places in Aizawl are: Reiek Heritage Village Solomon's Temple Durtlang Hill Mizoram State Museum Vantawang Falls
Air India, IndiGo, and Alliance Air are the major airlines that operate at Aizawl Airport.
On most domestic flights, the minimum baggage allowance is 15 kg and a handbag of 7 kg is allowed. However, each airline has different baggage policies, which you should check before packing for the journey.
Go to the website of the airlines you have booked your flight with and enter your PNR number to check your flight booking status. You can also check the flight status on Adani's one-stop platform.
The shortest flight from Aizawl takes around 7 hours and 20 minutes to reach Ahmedabad. It is operated by IndiGo.
Air India flight departs at 3:00 pm and is the last flight from Aizawl to Ahmedabad.