Aizawl to Jorhat Flights

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About Jorhat Airport

Jorhat Airport, also called Rowriah Airport (IATA Code: JRH), is located around 7 km from the city. There is only one domestic terminal at the airport which is managed by the Airports Authority of India. It offers flights to upper Assam and Nagaland. The airport also serves as the base of the Indian Air Force. Major airlines providing flights at this airport include IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air India, Vistara and Air Asia. The airport is well-furnished with security booths, aero-bridges, escalators, cargo service, modern baggage screening, etc. It also has several passenger-friendly facilities like free Wi-Fi, charging points, wheelchair assistance for the elderly and the physically challenged, medical services, a lost and found counter, etc. You will also find snack bars, restaurants, retail shops, convenience stores, and duty-free shops on the terminal premises.

About Jorhat

Jorhat is a rapidly urbanising city and a district in Assam. It is a cultural and agricultural hub of the state. The city gets its name from ëjorí meaning two, and ëhaatí meaning market, in Assamese. The two markets referred to here are Sowkihat and Masoorhat which have existed here since the 18th century along the banks of the Bhogdoi River. The Ahom king Gaurinath Singha moved his capital from Sivasagar to Jorhat in 1794. Subsequently, it became a planned city ruled by the Ahom dynasty. During that time, the city was a commercial metropolis, and the Ahom rulers built many roads and water tanks there. Jorhat served as the last Ahom capital. The town later fell under the rule of the Burmese, before it eventually became part of Assam. The majority of the people in Jorhat speak Assamese. You would also find people speaking Bengali, Bhojpuri, Hindi and Santali. The food, clothing and lifestyle of the people in Jorhat reflect the richness of Assamese culture. Jorhat also has produced much eminent public and literary figures like Birendra Kumar Bhattacharya, who hails from Jorhat and is the first Assamese writer to win the Jnanpith Award. Assam Agricultural University is situated in Jorhat. Tea estates, agriculture and tourism are among the primary occupations in Jorhat. The ideal months to visit Jorhat are March, April, October and November. Summer starts at the end of June and extends till September. July sees the highest relative humidity and rainfall.

About Aizawl Airport

The official name of Aizawl Airport is Lengpui Airport (IATA Code: AJL). It is situated in Lengpui, Aizawl, 32 km from the city centre, and is managed by the Airports Authority of India. You can easily reach the airport by any mode of public transport like bus, taxi or rented car. Aizawl Airport connects to cities close to it like Kolkata, Guwahati, and Imphal, and some major cities of India like Bangalore and Mumbai. IndiGo, Air India, and Go First are the three main airlines that serve this airport. Helicopter services are available from the airport to nearby areas like Saiha, Lunglei, Kolasib, etc. This airport can handle 300 passengers at a time. It has basic passenger-friendly facilities like wheelchairs, a parking facility, pre-paid taxi service, ATMs and cash counters, a post office, medical aid, and free assistance for senior citizens and the physically challenged. You will also find retail shops selling handlooms and handicrafts, duty-free Cosmetics shops, cafes, snack bars, and restaurants on the airport premises. Lengpui Airport in Aizawl is a developing airport, and the government of Assam plans to modernise it.

About Aizawl

Being the capital city of Mizoram, Aizawl houses many of the stateís government offices and establishments. It is also the largest city in the state. It also serves as the road networking point of the entire State of Mizoram connecting different towns and districts of Mizoram via roads. Initially, Aizawl belonged to the territory that became part of a newly created Assam in 1950. It was then that the tribal peoples of the regionís Mizo Hills demanded more autonomy. In the mid-1960s members of the Mizo National Front launched an armed attack on local government offices in Aizawl. Although the attacks were quickly suppressed by government forces, the insurgency continued until the union territory of Mizoram was created from a portion of Assam. Aizawl was its administrative centre. In 1987, when Mizoram was redesignated as a state, the city became its capital. Prestigious educational institutions of Mizoram are located in Aizawl, including IIT Mizoram, the State University of Mizoram, IIMC of Mizoram and many more. The city, therefore, hosts students from across India and Asia. The city also boasts natural parks, forest reserves, a wildlife sanctuary and heritage architecture that make it a worthy travel destination in India. The city also reflects the rich Mizo culture and tradition in many ways. Different Mizo tribal communities actively preserve the old Mizo culture through dance, music, festivals and cuisines, coexisting harmoniously in the city. Owing to its location and elevation, Aizawl enjoys a mild subtropical climate. The months of August and September receive the highest humidity and rainfall. The ideal months to visit Aizawl are March, April and October.

Frequently Asked Questions

Kaziranga National Park is around 112 km from Jorhat and it would take about 2.5 hours to reach there by car.
Every week, about 12 flights operate along the Aizawl-Guwahati route.
Guwahati Airport is about 325 km from Jorhat. One can easily get to Jorhat from Guwahati via public or private transportation.
No, Lengpui Airport in Aizawl is a domestic airport managed by the Airports Authority of India.
Yes. Established in 1958 as a domestic airport, and later expanded to operate international flights, Guwahati Airport is an international airport owned by the Airports Authority of India and operated by the Adani Group.
Yes, Jorhat is safe for all kinds of travellers.
No, there are no direct flights from Aizawl to Jorhat. Aizawl and Jorhat are not connected via regular or scheduled flights, so you have to take a flight from Aizawl to Guwahati Airport, which is the closest airport to Jorhat.
Top attractions in and around Aizawl include the Solomon Temple, Mizoram State Museum, KV Paradise and Vantawang falls, to name a few.
Top attractions in Jorhat include Tocklai Tea Research Center, Kakochang Waterfalls, Hoollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary, and Raja Maidam, to name a few.
The fastest flight from Aizawl to Guwahati is provided by IndiGo which takes 40 minutes. The average travel time from Aizawl to Guwahati by flight is 1 hour.
The official name of Guwahati Airport is Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International airport, named after the famous Assamese freedom fighter and the first Chief Minister of Assam, Gopinath Bordoloi.
IndiGo and Air India are the main airlines serving the route, with the former offering non-stop flights as well.
The nearest international airport to Jorhat is Guwahati Airport.