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Aurangabad to Tiruchirappalli Flights

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Currently, there are no direct or connecting flights from Aurangabad to Tiruchirappalli. The best alternative is to take a connecting flight from Aurangabad to Coimbatore, and then travel by road or rail to Tiruchirappalli. There are about 1-2 connecting flights that operate from Aurangabad to Coimbatore every day, and the shortest flight takes around 4 hours and 30 minutes, which includes a layover of 1 hour and 40 minutes in Hyderabad. The distance from Coimbatore International Airport to Tiruchirappalli is about 210 km, and it can be covered in approximately 4 hours and 30 minutes.

If you do not like road trips, you can choose to fly from Aurangabad to Bangalore and then take a separate flight from Bangalore to Tiruchirappalli. In this case, you may have to spend the night at Bangalore's Kempegowda International Airport. There are frequent connecting flights from Aurangabad to Bangalore, the duration of which ranges between 4 hours and 21 hours, depending on the layovers. Some of the flight options from Bangalore to Tiruchirappalli are direct and take only about 1 hour and 15 minutes, while the shortest connecting flight takes approximately 3 hours and 20 minutes.

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Flights from Aurangabad to Tiruchirappalli


About Tiruchirappalli Airport

Tiruchirappalli International Airport (IATA: TRZ), also known as Trichy Airport, is an international airport that serves Trichy and other nearby areas. It is located in Thiruvalluvar Nagar, about 5 km from the city centre. There are two terminals at the airport – Terminal 1 is an integrated passenger terminal that handles both international and domestic flights, whereas Terminal 2 is a cargo terminal. The various facilities available at the airport include a modern x-ray scanning system, precision scale, embedded electronic weighing scale, cold room, three conveyor belts, 12 check-in counters, four customs counters, one baggage assistance counter, one health officer counter, four security check units, 16 immigration counters, etc. For the convenience of the passengers, the terminal has restaurants, cafes, shopping outlets, WiFi, ATMs, wheelchair assistance, medical facilities, passenger lounges, VIP lounges, and information desks, among others. To travel to the city from the airport, you can use a taxi, a bus, or a rental car available at the airport compound.

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About Tiruchirappalli

Tiruchirappalli, also known as Trichy, is an industrial city in Tamil Nadu. The culture of Tiruchirappalli is reflected in the numerous festivals celebrated here, including Pongal, Pancha Prakaram, Poochoriyal, and Bramhostavam. The city also organises some interesting events, such as Jallikattu.

Travellers can find multiple temples, monuments, and churches in Tiruchirappalli. Owing to its scenic beauty and charm, Tiruchirappalli is one of the most popular locations among tourists in Tamil Nadu. Whether you're a history buff or a pilgrim, Trichy has something for everybody.

The city is famous for its unique craftwork, including gem cutting, wood carvings, sandalwood products, brass lamps, and handloom saris. Tiruchirappalli is also known for its delicious vegetarian food items, including payasam, dosa, sambar, rasam, and more. Tamil is the most widely spoken language in the city, followed by Telegu, Kannada, Saurashtrian, and English.

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Kallanai Dam

Another popular tourist spot in the city, Kallanai Dam, was built by the Chola dynasty about 2000 years ago. The lush green surroundings and the dam's scenic environment make it one of the best places to visit near the city. If you're looking for a peaceful and beautiful picnic spot, you can stop by the Kallanai Dam.

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Jambukeshwar Temple

Jambukeshwar Temple is one of the most famous temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. Also called Thiruvanaikoil Temple, it holds great religious significance. It was built by the Chola Dynasty in the 2nd century AD.

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Rockfort Temple

Located approximately 7 km from the city centre, the Rockfort Temple is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. The temple's design resembles a large rock, and there are three temples inside the main temple here – Manikka Vinayakar Temple, Thayumanavar Temple, and Ucchi Pillaiyar Temple. 

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Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple

This is one of the must-see temples located in Srirangam Town. The temple is built in Dravidian architectural style and has an idol of Lord Vishnu. The large hall, around 1000 decorated pillars, and the royal temple tower are some of the best features of Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple. 


About Aurangabad Airport

Aurangabad Airport (IATA: IXU) is a commercial airport located approximately 7 km from the city centre. It serves the city of Aurangabad and the neighbouring areas in Maharashtra. The airport is connected with all the major cities in India via direct and connecting flights, and has a single integrated terminal. The airport provides several essential facilities like free trolleys, a medical assistance room, restaurants, cafes, shopping outlets, wheelchair facilities, ATMs, information desks, baby care rooms, etc. To reach the airport from the city, you can take a bus or a taxi.

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About Aurangabad

Aurangabad is one of the biggest cities in Maharashtra. It is located about 335 km to the west of Mumbai, the state capital. It is home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites – the Ajanta Caves and the Ellora Caves. The city's rich heritage and unique culture are reflected in its food, inspired by both Mughlai and Hyderabadi cuisines. Some of the most delicious dishes in Aurangabad include Naan Khaliya, Tehri, and Thalipeeth.

Being one of the fastest-growing cities in Maharashtra, Aurangabad is easily accessible by road, rail, and airways, and is thus increasingly gaining the attention of the industrialists. The people of Aurangabad mostly speak Marathi, apart from Hindi, Urdu, and English. Most of the year, its weather remains warm, except for the winter months; therefore, the best time to visit Aurangabad for sightseeing is between October and March.

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Ajanta Caves

Dating back to the 2nd century BC, Ajanta Caves is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most popular places to visit in Aurangabad. It is a collection of 30 caves carved out of rocks. The architecture, the carvings, and the sculptures all indicate that these caves were once used by Buddhist monks.  

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Bibi ka Maqbara

A symbol of love, Bibi ka Maqbara was built by Aurangzeb for his wife Dilras Banu Begum. It has four minarets on its four corners and a series of steps on three sides. Built using exquisite marbles with intricate carvings, Bibi ka Maqbara is a stunning example of Mughal architecture.

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Ellora Caves

Another UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ellora Caves was built by the Rashtrakuta dynasty and the Yadav group of Jains. It is located about 30 km from Aurangabad, and is a famous site showcasing intricate carvings in its numerous caves.  

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Pitalkhora Caves

Located about 20 km from Kannad, Pitalkhora Caves are one of the most beautiful places in Aurangabad. Also called Brazen Glen of Western India, it is a must-visit rock-cut Buddhist cave complex. The fine paintings and architectural style make it stand out among all the other tourist spots in the city.  

Frequently Asked Questions

The winter months, from November to March, are the best months to visit the beautiful Trichy city as you can explore different monuments and temples while enjoying pleasant weather.

You can travel within Aurangabad via intra-city buses. You can also hire a rental car or a taxi to explore the city.

Since there are no flights on this route, one can take a connecting flight from Aurangabad to Coimbatore and then travel to Tiruchirappalli by road. Another option is to take a flight from Aurangabad to Bangalore and then a separate flight to Tiruchirappalli the next day.

Most domestic airlines allow 15 kg of check-in baggage and 7 kg of hand baggage. However, some airlines have different policies. Please check the airline's website for more information.

No; Ajanta Caves remain closed on Mondays, while Ellora Caves are closed on Tuesdays. While planning your trip, keep this in mind so that you do not face last-minute hassles.

Aurangabad Airport caters to domestic flights and an international Hajj flight every year.

Ellora Caves, Ajanta Caves, Bibi ka Maqbara, and Jayakwadi Dam are some of the must-visit places in Aurangabad.

A trip to Tiruchirappalli should be planned for at least 2-3 days if you want to explore all the places in the city. If you are planning to visit nearby attractions as well, please keep at least 1-2 extra days in hand.

A minimum of 3-4 days are a must to visit all the popular sites in and around Aurangabad. Note that some of the attractions are located a little far from the city and will require a day trip.

October to March is the best time to visit Aurangabad if you are a tourist. It can get very hot during the summers, which may prove to be uncomfortable when visiting places like Bibi ka Maqbara, Ellora Caves, and Ajanta Caves.

The aerial distance between Aurangabad and Tiruchirappalli is approximately 1072 km.

The IATA code for Aurangabad Airport is IXU, whereas the same for Tiruchirappalli International Airport is TRZ.

Some popular dishes to try in Tiruchirappalli are sambar, rasam, poriyal, parupu, and appalam. All of these items are available in a single thali meal in almost all restaurants in the city.

Some of the best hotels in Tiruchirappalli, which can also be booked online, are Red Fox Hotel, Femina Hotel, SRM Hotel, and Grande Inn.

As a tourist in Tiruchirappalli, you can shop for some souvenirs, iron cast utensils, pottery, stonework, silk sarees, wooden toys, and sandalwood carvings.
Airport Information

Tiruchirappalli Old Terminal Building,Trichy Airport, Thirunagar, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu 620007

Aurangabad Jalna Road, Chilkalthana, Aurangabad, Maharashtra 431006

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