Amritsar to Bhavnagar Flights

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About Bhavnagar Airport

Bhavnagar Airport (IATA: BHU, ICAO: VABV) serves the city of Bhavnagar and surrounding towns. It is a domestic airport spread over an area of 294 acres. It is a small airport and offers limited domestic flights to a few destinations like Mumbai and Pune. One can easily take a local taxi, cab, or bus to travel to the airport, around 10 km from the city centre. Bhavnagar Airport has amenities for passengers' convenience, such as washrooms, a medical room, a lost and found baggage counter, mobile charging stations, a VIP lounge, telephone facilities, and an announcement room as well as a small cafeteria. The airport has a single terminal that can accommodate 100 passengers and is used for both arrivals and departures. There are three check-in counters, two security counters, and two parking bays at the airport.

About Bhavnagar

Bhavnagar is the fifth-largest city in Gujarat. It is located in the Saurashtra region of the state. Bhavnagar is named after Maharaja Bhavsingh, who founded the city in 1743. Bhavnagar is also known as "Gohilwad" and is known as Saurashtra's cultural capital. Bhavnagar is also recognised for its diamond cutting and polishing sector worldwide. It is a producer of agricultural products such as cotton and wheat. The city exports large amounts of cotton products. It is also a major centre of salt production. Bhavnagar not only has interesting places to visit but also offers some mouthwatering traditional Gujarati cuisine. Pav ganthiya, fafda ganthiya, chana math, bateta bhungala, bhajiyas, pani puri and chat are among the best street food options here. The best season to visit Bhavnagar is from October to February since the climate is pleasant. Travellers who want to enjoy festivals, art, culture, and Gujarati music should come to Bhavnagar during this period. Festivals like Navratri are celebrated with zeal, and Garba night is held every night for nine days. Janmashtami is also a very popular festival in the city.

About Amritsar Airport

Amritsar Airport, known as Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (IATA: ATQ, ICAO: VIAR), is located 11 km from Amritsar in Punjab. The airport is named after Sri Guru Ram Das, the fourth Sikh Guru and the founder of Amritsar city. It was established as an airfield by the British in 1930. Amritsar Airport is Punjabís largest and busiest airport. The airport contains 30 check-in counters, 12 immigration counters, 12 customs counters, and two security check booths that can handle 600 people at a time. The integrated terminal features four aerobridges, including two new ones, bay 1 and bay 2, with a total capacity of 1.46 million passengers and the ability to accommodate an additional 1,200 people. Currently, Amritsar Airport is connected to over 20 destinations across India and other countries. Besides this, the airport offers some other facilities too, like wheelchairs for physically disabled people, help desk counters, parking facilities, washrooms (specially designed for physically disabled people), sensor doors, etc.

About Amritsar

Amritsar is a major city in the state of Punjab, located close to Indiaís international border with Pakistan. It was founded in 1574 AD by Shri Guru Ram Das, the fourth Sikh Guru. The city was taken over by the British in 1840 AD. As a result, a lot of structures in Amritsar reflect Indo-British architecture. Amritsar is known not only for its cultural attractions but also for its textile industry, as well as for delicious and authentic North Indian cuisine. Some of the must-try dishes here are ëchole kulche and bhature, chole naan, makke ki roti and sarson ka saag.í However, the one feature that makes the city famous around the world is the Sikh pilgrimage site - the Golden Temple. Amritsar has a predominantly Sikh community. As Amritsar is in north India, the summers are usually very hot in the city. Therefore, visiting Amritsar during the winter is best, i.e., from November to March.

Airport Information


Opp. Hotel Blue Radison, Ajnala Rd, Raja Sansi, Punjab 143101


Bhavnagar Airport, Q53M+G97, Airport Rd, Subhashnagar, Bhavnagar, Gujarat 364001

Frequently Asked Questions

All airlines provide meals on flights, but it is advisable to check the particular airline's guidelines to avoid inconvenience.
Yes. There are many duty-free shops at Amritsar Airport.
Amritsar Airport is an International Airport and has 3 stars and 5 stars hotels like Park Inn by Radisson, Palm tree family stay, Hotel Ventures Inn, etc., nearby.
Bhavnagar Airport is a small domestic airport. No international flights fly from Bhavnagar airport.
Bhavnagar Airport is just 5 km from the city centre and can be easily reached by taxi, cab or auto.
Amritsar Airport is located about 11 km from the city. It usually takes 20-30 mins to reach the airport from the city centre. One can take a local taxi, cab or bus to get there.
You can book a flight even three hours before your flight, provided seats are available.
Bhavnagar Airport has a single terminal used for both arrivals and departures.
You can carry around 7 kg of cabin luggage and 15 kg of check-in luggage on an economy flight, but you should check once and confirm from the concerned airlines.
Nilam Bagh Palace is around 7 km away from the Bhavnagar Airport, and it hardly takes 20 mins to reach there.
The aerial distance between Bhavnagar and Amritsar is around 1130 km.
The IATA code for Amritsar Airport is ATQ, and the IATA code for Bhavnagar Airport is BHU.
The best time to visit Bhavnagar is from October to February.
Sarson da saag with makki di roti, mutton chaap and keema kulcha are some of the must-try food items in Amritsar.