Aizawl to Rewa Flights

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Booking a flight from Aizawl to Rewa? Then you are at the right place. Book your tickets on Adani One. Whether it is an Aizawl to Rewa flight or Rewa to Aizawl flight, Adani will give you an airfare calendar to help you choose the best flight. Moreover, you can book flights at the best prices and get deals and cashback on Adani One. All major domestic carriers like Air India, SpiceJet, AirAsia, and IndiGo are listed on the platform. Since Rewa does not have a commercial airport, a viable option for one is to take a flight from Aizawl to Varanasi. There are approximately 2 flights daily between Aizawl and Varanasi. Both of these are connecting flights with a brief layover at major cities like Delhi and Kolkata. IndiGo and Air India are the leading carriers on this route. From Varanasi, one can take either a bus or a rental car to travel to Rewa. The distance between Varanasi and Rewa is approximately 190 km. The time taken to cover this distance is around 3 hours by road. You can check the Aizawl to Varanasi flight prices today and book your flight with the best offers on Adani One. Travel to your dream place by having a look at the airfare calendar on the Adani One platform.


About Rewa Airport

Varanasi Airport (IATA Code: VNS) is called Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport and is located in the Babatpur area of Varanasi, approximately 26 km from the city centre. The airport is named after Lal Bahadur Shastri, a former Prime Minister of India. Varanasi Airport has two terminals, an international and a domestic terminal. The airport is well-connected to major domestic cities like Delhi, Mumbai, and Chennai, among others. A snack bar, a telephone booth, assistance for senior citizens and the physically challenged, wheelchairs, trolleys, medical assistance, a childcare room, and a tourist information counter are some of the facilities offered to passengers at this airport.

About Rewa

Located approximately 540 km from the capital city, Bhopal, Rewa is a city in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The city is known for housing rare white tigers, specifically Mohan, the first ever of this species found in India. Rewa is connected to all minor and major cities of Madhya Pradesh and India because of its central location. The city is home to several attractions like the Bahuti Falls, Baghel Museum, and much more. Rewa is known for a variety of unique features that have won the city a spot among Madhya Pradeshís most sought-after destinations. However, it is because of the white tiger, the rarest species of tiger, that has given this region the reputation it has today. It does not come as a surprise that Rewa is also fondly known as the ëLand of the White Tigerí. It is said that the famous music maestro Tansen learned and perfected his craft in this particular city. This demonstrates the town's rich musical heritage. Rewa also finds a great place in history for being the birthplace of Birbal. Some of the top attractions to visit in Rewa are Keoti Falls, Deur Kothar, Purwa Falls, Mukundpur Zoo, Rewa Fort, Govindgarh Palace, Rani Talab Meyer, Baghel Museum, and Venkat Bhavan, among others.

About Aizawl Airport

The Aizawl Airport (IATA: AJL) is also called Lengpui Airport and is located in Lengpui, near Aizawl, approximately 32 km from the city centre. The airport is managed by the Airports Authority of India. Aizawl Airport is a domestic airport with a single-passenger terminal. The airport is well-connected to a few major domestic cities such as Guwahati, New Delhi, and Kolkata. Some of the facilities available to passengers at this airport include trolleys, ATMs, lounges, postal services, wheelchairs, and prepaid taxi counters, among others.

About Aizawl

Known as the ëLand of the Mizosí, Aizawl is a popular hill station situated at an elevation of approximately 1132 m from sea level. It is also the capital city of the state of Mizoram. Aizawl has a rich history. Aizawl means a field of wild cardamomí. The city became a part of the newly created state of Assam in 1950. However, the tribal people demanded autonomy, and therefore a movement was launched by the members of the Mizo National Front in the 1960s. Eventually, the movement gave rise to the creation of the Union Territory of Mizoram in 1972 with Aizawl as the administrative centre. Later, in 1987, Mizoram was designated as a state, and Aizawl became the capital. Aizawl is blessed with quaint shrines, emerald blue lakes, and neat neighbourhoods. Dampa Tiger Reserve, Palak Dil, Tam Dil Lake, Vantawng Falls, Solomon Temple, Durtlang Hills, Mizoram State Museum, and Bara Bazar are some of the top attractions to visit in Aizawl.