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The aerial distance between Aurangabad and Vijayawada is 674 km. There are some flights between the two cities, but none of them are non-stop. Most flights have at least one layover. At present, IndiGo runs a popular daily flight that takes you from Aurangabad to Vijayawada in 4 hours and 10 minutes, with a 1 hour 40 minute layover in Hyderabad. Apart from that, Air India also runs flights between the two cities.

Both Aurangabad and Vijayawada have easy access to airports. Aurangabad airport is situated around 5.5 km east of the city centre and 11 km from the railway station. Vijayawada airport is located in Gannavaram, which is only 25 km from the city.

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05h 05m₹7,141
Air India08:05
24h 20m₹12,055
Air India08:05
12h 15m₹14,120

Aurangabad to Vijayawada Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

05h 05m

First Flight

Air India AI-444,departs at 08:05

Last Flight

IndiGo 6E-7147, departs at 21:10

Popular Airlines from Aurangabad to Vijayawada

IndiGo, Air India

Total flights to Travel from Aurangabad to Vijayawada in a day


Airport Codes for Aurangabad and Vijayawada

IXU-Aurangabad, VGA-Vijayawada

About Vijayawada Airport

Vijayawada Airport, also known as the NTR Amaravati International Airport (IATA: VGA, ICAO: VOBZ), serves the Amaravati Capital Region of Andhra Pradesh. The airport is located in Gannavaram, around 18 km from Vijayawada. The central government of India granted international status to the Vijayawada Airport in May of 2017. During World War 2, the airfield located in Gannavaram served as an army base. Following that, it was converted into a civilian airport.Vijayawada Airport is spread across more than 537 acres of land. Moreover, the airport has only one runway. The airport has a single terminal spread over 850 sq m. Vijayawada Airport is well connected to major cities like Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Coimbatore, Tirupati, etc. The airport also manages flights to and from Dubai, Muscat, and Kuwait City.The airport has an arrival hall, an aviation lounge, a baggage pick-up area, and all other standard airport amenities.

About Vijayawada

Vijayawada, formerly known as Bazawada, is the second-largest city in Andhra Pradesh. It is a part of the Amaravati Capital Region. Vijayawada is also the second-most populated city in Andhra Pradesh, with a population that exceeds one million. It is one of the most rapidly growing urban areas in India. Even though Vijayawadaís most spoken language is Telugu, other languages like English, Hindi, and Tamil are also spoken in this region.The city was established in 626 AD by the Pariccheda Kings of Deccan India. One of the earliest records shows that the city was ruled by King Madav Varma of the Vishnukundins. From the 7th century AD, the Chalukyas ruled the city. The city was recognised as the religious and cultural headquarters at this time by Krishnadev Rai, the monarch of the Chalukyas. In 639 AD, the famous Chinese explorer Hiuen Tsang also visited this cultured town of Vijayawada. In the 16th century, Vijayawada fell to the Qutub Shahi dynasty and, eventually, to the British, till it became a part of independent India. Vijayawada has a tropical climate with cold winters and hot summers since it is surrounded by mountains, rivers, and streams. The best months to visit the city are December through February, when the weather is mild and perfect for touring.

Place to visit in Vijayawada


Kanaka Durga Temple


Kondapalli Fort




Prakasam Barrage


PVP Square


Undavalli Caves

About Aurangabad Airport

Aurangabad Airport (IATA: IXU, ICAO: VAAU) is a civilian airport in the city of Aurangabad, Maharashtra. The airport is managed by AAI and has a total floor space of 190,000 square feet. Aurangabad Airport is located around 5.5 km from the city centre. It should take 11 minutes on average to reach there by car.Aurangabad Airport has a single terminal that manages flights to several cities, including major ones like Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Bangalore. The most common flight route is between Aurangabad and Mumbai, with 28 weekly flights. Aurangabad Airport contains various facilities like cab booking counters, free trolleys, shops, and restaurants.

About Aurangabad

The city of Aurangabad, formerly known as Khadki and Fatehnagar, is situated in the area near the river Kaum. It lies in the west-central region of Maharashtra. Aurangabad has a population of 11,75,116, which makes it the fifth most populous urban area in Maharashtra. The Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb renamed the city after himself and made it the capital of his empire from 1653 to 1707.The cotton textile industry of Aurangabad is quite famous for its shawls. Aurangabad also has Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, one of India's most prominent educational institutes. The city is also an acclaimed tourist hub, with various attractive destinations of natural and historical significance.Tourist sites such as the Ajanta and Ellora caves, both of which have been classified as UNESCO Heritage Places, are located on the outskirts of the city. Grishneshwar Temple, Aurangabad Caves, Jama Mosque, Daulatabad Fort, Bibi Ka Maqbara, Panchakki, Salim Ali Lake, and Himayat Bagh, are among the other tourist sites. Because it originally had 52 gates, some of which are still intact, Aurangabad is nicknamed the "City Gates." Following India's flagship Smart Cities Mission, the Aurangabad Industrial City will become the country's first new industrial planned city in 2019.

Place to visit in Aurangabad


Grishneshwar Temple


Bibi Ka Maqbara


Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Museum


Ellora Caves


Pitalkhora Caves


Prozone Mall

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Airport Information


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


NH16, Gannavaram, Andhra Pradesh 521102

Frequently Asked Questions

The IATA code for Aurangabad Airport is IXU and that for Vijayawada Airport is VGA.
According to the famous epic Mahabaratha, Arjuna received the Pashupatastra from Lord Shiva at the Indrakeeladri hill, where the Kanakadurga temple is situated. As a result, the town was first known as Vijayavatika, subsequently becoming Vijayawada
You can carry up to 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of checked luggage per person on an economy flight from Vijayawada
The easiest way to get around the city is by auto rickshaw. You can also hire a cab, rent a car or take the city bus to explore the city on your own
Currently, there are six daily flights between Aurangabad and Vijayawada. Do check the Adani One platform for the latest flight information
Currently, IndiGo operates the shortest flights between the two cities. Apart from that, Air India also runs daily flights between Aurangabad and Vijayawada. All flights have at least one layover in a major metropolitan city like Mumbai, Hyderabad, etc
Yes, there are numerous shopping malls in Vijayawada. These include PVP Square, MVR Mall, Bang Shopping Mall, and many more.
Auragabad's specialities include Himroo shawls, Paithani sarees, and fabrics like Mashru and Kimkhab
Naan Khaliya is a non-vegetarian specialty that is unique to the city.
Yes, there is a passenger lounge for all passengers at the airport
It is not required. However, it is strongly recommended for everyone
No. Aurangabad airport handles domestic flights only.
Prakasam Barrage is open on all days
Besant Road, MG Market, and Kondapalli Shopping District are some great shopping places, especially if you are looking for sarees, jewellery, and handicrafts.
Aurangabad was known as Khadki in 1610.