Amritsar to Porbandar Flights

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Book the Cheapest Amritsar to Porbandar Flights on Adani!At Adani's one-stop platform, you may book your flight from Amritsar to Porbandar. Whether flying from Amritsar to Porbandar or Porbandar to Amritsar, Adani's airfare calendar will assist you in planning the perfect trip. You will be able to choose the most convenient flights with the finest air ticket bargains or rebates. The platform lists all major domestic carriers, including Go First, Indigo, and AirAsia. Offers and discounts on direct and indirect flights are updated on a regular basis.Flights from Amritsar to Porbandar can be booked in a variety of ways. There are no direct flights on this route, but you can opt for connecting flights. The most common flight is with a layover in New Delhi. You can book a flight from Amritsar to New Delhi. The flight duration between Amritsar and New Delhi is around 1 h 15 m. Air India, Go First, IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Vistara are the popular airlines that operate between Amritsar to New Delhi. From New Delhi, SpiceJet has flights to Porbandar–one direct and several with a layover. You can head to the Adani platform to see what timings and fares suit you best.


About Porbandar Airport

Porbandar Airport (IATA code: PBD) is a public airport in Gujarat. It is 5 km from Porbandar Railway Station. The single integrated terminal has a lounge, a smoking room, and a First-Aid room. The airport has built a new domestic terminal with 6 check-in counters and 2 conveyor belts. The airport has a capacity to handle 100 arriving and 100 departing passengers. There is a childcare room for the convenience of passengers travelling with children. Auto-rickshaw and taxi services are available just outside the airport. There are plenty of hotels nearby, including luxury stay options and bed and breakfast hotels

About Porbandar

Porbandar, situated along the Gujarat coast, is Mahatma Gandhi's birthplace. It is also said to be the birthplace of Sudama, a friend and follower of Lord Krishna. Under the Mughals, the Marathas, and the British, the city was a thriving trading centre for centuries handling extensive trade with Arabian and Persian Gulf countries and East Africa. The old ports and jetties along the coast show how the city was once a major maritime centre. The coastal town is located on the Saurashtra Peninsula. The city's most notable features include stone buildings with ashlar masonry and the faÁade of houses on either side of the streets with carved windows and entrances. The city has been described in the Skanda Purana as Sudamapuri and Ashmavati.

About Amritsar Airport

Amritsar Airport (IATA code: ATQ), also called Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport, is a public airport in the Punjab state of India. It was expanded in 2005 and has a peak hour capacity of 1,200 passengers. The airport has only one terminal for both domestic and international arrivals. SpiceJet, IndiGo, and Air India are among the major carriers operating between Amritsar and Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Mumbai and Srinagar. The airport has plenty of restaurants and cafes. Amritsar Airport includes 30 check-in counters, 26 immigration counters, 12 customs counters, and 4 X-ray scanners. It can accommodate 600 passengers on arrival and departure. Currency exchange offices and ATMs are also available. Amritsar Airport also has a fully operational parking bay that can accommodate hundreds of cars and two-wheelers.

About Amritsar

Amritsar is a sacred city in Punjab, India's northern state. It is know for the Golden Temple, commonly known as the Harmandir Sahib, the holiest temple in Sikhism, that is situated here. Guru Ram Das, the fourth Sikh guru, established the temple in 1577. The Jallianwala Bagh Memorial and Wagah Border ceremony between India and Pakistan are also key attractions in Amritsar. The city has a sizable Sikh population and multiple gurdwaras. Amritsar gets its name from Amrit Sarovar, which means "Nectar Pool", and is the holy pond surrounding the Golden Temple. Amritsar was founded by Guru Ramdas in the year 1579.

Place to visit in Amritsar


Golden Temple


Jallianwala Bagh


Partition Museum


Wagah Border


Airport Information


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


Porbandar Airport, NH 27, Porbandar Airport Area, Porbandar, Gujarat 360575

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, there is a childcare area in the Amritsar Airport.
You can cancel your flight ticket 48 hours prior to the flight, but the refund depends on the terms and conditions accepted at the time of booking.
Reservations must be made at least 72 hours in advance of the service. Adani Airport contacts the Supplier for incoming requests and, if the request is confirmed, sends an e-mail to the user within 12 hours at the latest.
Passengers will be notified of the flight delay via SMS on the mobile phone number provided during the booking process.
Yes, passengers can use either web check-in or airport check-in to check in for their Amritsar to Porbandar flight.
Yes, social distancing is still being followed.
The top attractions in Porbandar include Harsiddhi Mataji Temple, Shri Hari Mandir Temple, Sudama Mandir Temple, Kirti Mandir Temple, and Porbandar Beach.
Porbandar is famous for textiles, especially bandhani work (a type of tie-dye textile).
You need to address this issue with the airport authorities.
The coastal city is best known for being the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi. It is also said that Porbandar is the birthplace of Sudama, the friend of Lord Krishna.
The weather is most pleasant during the winter, from October to March. Summers can be quite hot.
Plan your trip from October to March, as winters are pleasant enough for outdoor activities in Porbandar.