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Booking flights online may be tiresome and time-consuming with an overwhelming number of internet sites, providing different and confusing information. Adani's one-stop platform aims to make the booking process much simpler and convenient. With Adani, you can search for the best deals for flights from Aurangabad to Jabalpur by simply typing in your origin and destination cities and the dates of travel. The site will display a comprehensive airfare calendar with all available flights for the selected dates and you can then choose the most convenient and affordable flights. If you know your itinerary in advance, it is also advisable to book your return tickets to avail of the best air ticket deals such as cashback offers and discounts. Although there are no direct flights between Aurangabad and Jabalpur, there are at least one or two daily connecting flights operated by IndiGo. These one-stop flights have layovers in cities such as New Delhi, Mumbai or Hyderabad. Flight timings may vary, but the earliest flight departs Aurangabad at 7:05 am and reaches Jabalpur by 2:10 pm after a layover in Mumbai. Ticket prices may also vary from day to day, so it is advisable to check Adani’s airfare calendar and pick dates with the most affordable prices.

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Aurangabad to Jabalpur Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

05h 00m

First Flight

IndiGo 6E-5158,departs at 06:45

Last Flight

IndiGo 6E-5158, departs at 06:45

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Airport Codes for Aurangabad and Jabalpur

IXU-Aurangabad, JLR-Jabalpur

About Jabalpur Airport

Jabalpur Airport, known as Dumna Airport to the locals, is located 25 km from Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. The airport serves the entire eastern belt of Madhya Pradesh along the Mahakaushal region. It is a single-terminal airport that can handle about 150 passengers during peak hours. Modern amenities at the airport include a public announcement system, closed-circuit television, conferencing and lounge, and a baggage handling system. Passengers can also access gift shops, ATMs, first aid facilities, canteens, luggage storage, lockers, currency exchanges, vending machines and other basic amenities here. City buses, taxis, prepaid cabs and auto rickshaws are easily available at the airport to ferry passengers around.

About Jabalpur

Formerly Jubbulpore, Jabalpur is a significant administrative, business and industrial hub in Madhya Pradesh. Nestled along the banks of the Narmada river in the Mahakaushal region, the city is known for its scenic beauty and the magnificent rock formation known as Marble Rocks. It is believed that Jabalpur gets its name from Jabali Rishi, a great sage. Another belief is that Jabalpur is an amalgam of the Arabic word ëJabalí (meaning ëmountainí) and the Sanskrit ëpurí (meaning ëcityí). There are Buddhist, Hindu, and Jain ruins found throughout the region. A city with a vibrant culture and rich legacy, Jabalpur is also known as Sanskardhani, or "land of diverse cultures." The city is home to world-famous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks for nature lovers and wildlife buffs. Located at a major road and rail junction, Jabalpur is well connected to many major cities and towns in India. As a military headquarters, it also has a central gun-carriage factory, an ordnance factory, and an ammunition depot.

Place to visit in Jabalpur


Balancing Rock


Bargi Dam


Chausath Yogini Temple


Madan Mahal Fort


Pisanhari ki Madiya

About Aurangabad Airport

Aurangabad Airport (IATA: IXU), also called Chikkalthana Airport, is situated approximately 5.5 km east of the city centre and 11 km from Aurangabad railway station on the Aurangabad-Nagpur state highway. It has one passenger terminal with a single boarding gate handling both domestic and international travel. Passengers can utilise the free trolley services, ATM counters, restaurants, medical aid facilities, lost and found counters, tourist kiosks, shops, and hotel booking counters at the Aurangabad Airport. There are regular bus services as well as car rentals and prepaid taxis available for travellers.

About Aurangabad

Aurangabad, earlier known as Khadki and Fatehnagar, is located on the Kaum River in Maharashtra state. It is nestled in the hilly landscape of the Deccan traps and was named after Mughal emperor Aurangzeb who made it his headquarters in the 17th century. Before that it had been variously ruled by Satavahanas, Chalukyas, Rastrakutas, Yadavs and other dynasties over the centuries. The spectacular and magnificent Ajanta and Ellora Caves, UNESCO World Heritage sites, make Aurangabad a must-stop for history enthusiasts. The city is a central hub of silk and cotton production in India and is also known for its artistic silk fabrics, particularly shawls. The regional cuisines of Aurangabad strongly reflect the traditional Mughlai or Hyderabadi flavour. The best time to visit Aurangabad is between October and March when the weather is cool and pleasant.

Place to visit in Aurangabad


Ajanta Caves


Bibi ka Maqbara


Daulatabad Fort


Ellora Caves


Grishneshwar Jyotirlinga Temple


Airport Information


Aurangabad Airport, Jalna Road, MIDC Industrial Area, Chilkalthana, Aurangabad, Maharashtra 431006


Jabalpur Airport, Airport Area, Khamaria, Dumna, Madhya Pradesh 482005

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. There are several hotels near Jabalpur Airport including White Pearl Guest House, Narmada Jackson Hotel, Satya Ashoka, Annapurna Inn, and Hotel Delite Grand.
Most domestic airlines allow passengers to carry dry snacks and fruits in their carry-on handbags. However, it is advisable to check with the selected airline before boarding.
The distance between the airport and the city is around 5.5 km, but there are many cabs, taxis and buses available for travellers.
Jabalpurís Dumna Airport is about 25 km east of the city centre.
There are at least one or two daily flights or 10 weekly flights between Aurangabad and Jabalpur. For more information, please check the Adani calendar.
Known as Tripuri in ancient times, Jabalpur is referenced in the Mahabharata. As Avanti, archaeological evidence dates the city to at least the 3rd century BC.
The Ministry of Urban Development has chosen Aurangabad as one of 100 cities that will be transformed into smart cities as part of the SMART Cities Mission.
The cuisine in Jabalpur has been influenced by several factors including influences of the British, Mughal, Gujarati and Rajasthani influences and available resources. Some popular dishes are pilaf or pulao, sabudana khichdi, chicken samosa, poha, daal bafla and seekh kebabs as well as the desserts malpua, khopra pak and khoye ki jalebi.
Sadar Bazaar, Kamaniya Gate, Adhartal, Ganjipura and Gorakhpur Market are some popular shopping destinations in Jabalpur. The city also has some modern malls and shopping centres.
Aurangabad and Jabalpur Airports are Chikkalthana and Dumna Airports, respectively. And the IATA code for Aurangabad Airport is IXU, and the IATA code for Jabalpur Airport is JLR. Book your Aurangabad to Jabalpur flights now.
Jabalpur is well known as an urban centre with markets, the natural waterfalls, Marble Rocks and other picturesque attractions. It is an excellent starting point for three prominent tiger sanctuaries in Madhya Pradesh, including Bandhavgarh and Kanha.
Located in Madhya Pradesh, Hindi is the most common language of Jabalpur, although people also speak local variants. Urdu, Marathi and English are also fairly well known.
Summers are hot and dry while the monsoon is beset by heavy rains. So the best time to visit Jabalpur is during the peak tourist season between November and February.
Flight timings may vary, but the first flight is usually an IndiGo flight that leaves Aurangabad at 7:50 am.
Marble Rocks in Bhedaghat is a natural site about 25 km from Jabalpur on the banks of River Narmada where the rocks rise up as high as 100 feet. This unique rock formation is a popular tourist spot and gave rise to the name ëCity of Marble Rocksí.