Aurangabad to Kolhapur Flights

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About Kolhapur Airport

Kolhapur Airport, also known as Chhatrapati Rajaram Maharaj Airport (IATA: KLH), was inaugurated in the year 1987, and its operations were taken over by the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) from the Airports Authority of India (AAI) on 16 April, 1997. However, it was handed back to the AAI in 2013. The airport is located in Ujalaiwadi, around 9.5 km south of Kolhapur city. Kolhapur Airport is just 9.4 km away from the bus stand, and the railway station is located around 9.8 km away. Public buses and taxis are readily available outside the airport. The airport has a single terminal that caters to domestic flights. For passenger convenience, Kolhapur Airport offers many services, including free baggage and trolley services. There are several duty-free shops at the airport that offer high quality items at a reasonable price.

About Kolhapur

Kolhapur is a city in Maharashtra, that lies on the shores of the Panchganga River. It is known for its forts, temples and grand royal residences. Kolhapur is one of the most agriculturally advanced regions in Maharashtra and a leader in agro-based industries. The city has one of the highest per capita incomes in the country, and is a key centre of production for the Marathi film industry. It is also known for the manufacturing of engineering parts, sugar refineries, and textile production. The city is famed for its delectable cuisine, fine artwork, and handicrafts. It is most popular for its iconic handcrafted Kolhapuri chappals, and a unique type of necklace called the Kolhapuri Saaj. The Mahalakshmi Mandir in Kolhapur, dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi, is much revered and is a must-visit for tourists. The Navratri Festival is celebrated with much pomp and fervour in the city, attracting travellers from all across the country.

Place to visit in Kolhapur




Kopeshwar Temple


Mahalaxmi Temple


Ramtirth Waterfall


Sagareshwar Deer Sanctuary


Shri Chhatrapati Shahu Museum



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About Aurangabad Airport

Aurangabad Airport (IATA: IXU) is a major public airport located 6.6 km from the city. Also known as Chikkalthana Airport, the airport started operations in 2009 after renovations were made in two phases, in 2005 and 2008. Owned by the Airports Authority of India, the airport features a single terminal spread across an area of 190,000 sq ft. Some of the major domestic airlines operating to and from Aurangabad Airport include Air India, Alliance Air, and IndiGo. Some general facilities available at the Aurangabad Airport terminal include newspaper stands, snack bars, and shops. Wheelchair services for senior citizens and the physically challenged are also available at this airport.

About Aurangabad

Aurangabad is a city in Maharashtra, and the major cultural hub of the state. The city gained prominence during the rule of the Mughal ruler Aurangzeb, when he made the city his capital from 1653 to 1707. As a result, the city is named after the Mughal Emperor. The city is a tourist hotspot, containing several ancient landmarks such as the Ajanta and Ellora Caves, Bibi Ka Maqbara, and Panchakki. Aurangabad is known as ëthe City of Gatesí. The city was formerly known as Khadki and Fatehnagar. It is quite famous for its artistic silk fabrics and shawls. Aurangabad is well-connected to most major cities via railway and road and to cities such as Jaipur, Mumbai, Udaipur, and Delhi via air.

Place to visit in Aurangabad


Bibi Ka Maqbara


Chhatrapati Shivaji Museum


Ellora Caves


Pitalkhora Caves


Airport Information


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


Kolhapur Airport, M78M+34R, Kolhapur, Maharashtra 416004

Frequently Asked Questions

Kolhapur is around 375 km from Mumbai, and it takes around 6 hours and 30 minutes by road.
If you are planning a trip to Aurangabad, four days is enough. However, if you only wish to explore the Ajanta and Ellora Caves, one day is enough.
There are currently no direct or connecting flights between Aurangabad to Kolhapur. As an alternative, you can take a flight to Goa airport from Aurangabad airport, and then hire a cab to take you to Kolhapur.
There are approximately 5 major forts in Aurangabad.
The IATA code for the Aurangabad Airport is IXU, and for the Kolhapur Airport, it is KLH.
Kolhapur is most famous for its Kolhapuri chappals or footwear, which are available nationwide.
The best time to visit Aurangabad is during the winter months, from October to March, as the weather remains pretty comfortable. Moreover, the city stays at its finest with pleasant temperature and greenery around this time.
Aurangabad is a tourist hotspot, home to several historical landmarks such as the UNESCO World Heritage Sites - Ajanta and Ellora Caves - as well as Bibi Ka Maqbara and Panchakki.
Aurangabad was earlier known as Khadki and Fatehnagar.
Panhala fort was built during the 12th century.
The most famous dish in Aurangabad is Naan Khaliya, dating back to the Mughal era when it was used to feed the army.
The Shree Mahalaxmi Temple was built by the Chalukya empire in 700 A.D.