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Bhopal to Surat Flights

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There are no direct flights between Bhopal and Surat. However, approximately two connecting flights serve the Bhopal-Surat route, operated by Air India, with layovers in Delhi. The shortest flight from Bhopal to Surat takes about 7 hours and 15 minutes and departs at 1:30 pm.

Flights from Bhopal to Surat


About Surat Airport

Surat International Airport (IATA: STV) is a civil aerodrome located about 13 km from the city centre. Although it was established by the Surat state government, the airport’s operations and management were transferred to the Airports Authority of India (AAI) in 2004. The airport has a single passenger terminal operating domestic and international flights to destinations like Vadodara, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, and Sharjah by prominent airlines like Air India, SpiceJet, AirAsia, Go First, IndiGo, and Vistara. The terminal can seat around 240 people each in its arrival and departure lounges. The airport provides several amenities, including snack counters, vending machines, restaurants, wheelchairs, trolleys, Wi-Fi facilities, baby care rooms, medical services, ATMs, and a lost and found counter. Passengers can avail of bus, general taxi, and app-based taxi services from the airport to reach the main city and other destinations.

About Surat

Surat, historically known as Suryapur, is the second-largest city in Gujarat and one of the cleanest cities in India. Textile, embroidery, and diamond cutting and polishing are key industries in the city.

Underneath Surat’s reputation as a corporate and financial centre lies a city steeped in history. It is also home to several historic monuments as it was once under the reign of the British, Dutch, and Portuguese.

In Surat, immigrants from other parts of India account for a significant percentage of the inhabitants. Surat’s major languages are Gujarati, Sindhi, Marvadi, Marathi, Oriya, Hindi, and Telugu. Surtis are light-hearted and fun-loving individuals who are very hospitable.

The Arabian Sea along the coast has a significant impact on the climate here. Summers are quite hot and humid – and are best avoided when planning trips to the city. From late June to the end of September, it receives a lot of rain. The winter season begins in December and lasts until late February – this is the best time to visit the city.

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Chintamani Jain Temple 

Chintamani Jain Temple’s simple exterior is offset by its incredibly detailed interior and wood carvings and paintings depicting King Kumapal, Acharya Hemachandraji, and other notable Solanki figures. The temple was built during Aurangzeb’s reign in 1699 AD and is 6 km from the city centre. 

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Dumas Beach 

Dumas Beach, around 22 km from the city centre, receives a lot of visitors. The beach is a well-liked destination, known for its stunning and clear horizons and black sands. It has several roadside eateries that you can visit to munch on delicious treats while still enjoying the cool sea breeze.  

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Hazira, around 30 km from Surat on the coast of the Arabian Sea, is a beautiful port town, home to a number of well-known corporations. It is known for its beach and hot springs, attracting several visitors to the town.  

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Jagdish Chandra Bose Aquarium 

Jagdish Chandra Bose Aquarium is located 7 km from the city centre. It is the first multi-disciplinary aquarium in India, and is home to numerous species of fish. The aquarium’s primary attractions are the jellyfish and shark tanks. 

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Science Centre 

The Science Centre is located 8 km from Surat, and is one of the most popular spots in the city. At the centre, you’ll find a planetarium, museum, an art gallery, and an amphitheatre, giving visitors an opportunity to learn more about the world.  

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Surat Castle 

Surat Castle, situated on the banks of River Tapi, is also known as Old Fort. It was built during the 16th century to safeguard the city from Portuguese incursions. Now, the fort stands as a testament to the city’s rich past and is a popular tourist attraction. 


About Bhopal Airport

Raja Bhoj International Airport (IATA: BHO) is located in the Gandhi Nagar area in the centre of Bhopal city. It is one of Madhya Pradesh’s major airports and operates domestic flights to cities like Mumbai, Hyderabad, Delhi, and Lucknow and international flights to destinations like Jeddah. The airport’s single passage terminal is serviced by airlines like IndiGo, Air India, Air France, and Alliance Air. The airport is equipped with Wi-Fi facilities, restaurants, smoking lounges, baby care rooms, lounges, currency exchanges, medical services, ATMs, and duty-free stores. Bus, taxi, and car rental facilities are available at the airport, enabling easy access to and from the city.

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About Bhopal

Bhopal, the capital of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, is known as the Lake City because of its numerous natural and artificial lakes. It was formed in 1972.

The city is located on the Malwa Plateau of the Vindhya Mountain ranges and is blessed with deep dark woods, gorgeous hills, and majestic palaces, making it one of India’s most attractive towns.

The city is known for its beadwork, silver jewellery, and embroidery in cushions and purses, giving tourists a chance to bring home various souvenirs.

Bhopal’s cuisines are to die for as they are extremely flavourful, and Poha and Jalebi are some of the most popular snacks served in the city.

The city has much to offer its visitors, from enchanting lakes to historic forts and fascinating museums to stunning heritage sites. The ideal time to visit Bhopal is during winters when the weather is cool and pleasant.

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Bhimbetka Caves 

Bhimbetka Caves have been determined to have existed since around 30,000 years ago. The prehistoric paintings and rock shelters give visitors a glimpse into how early humans lived. They are located 45 km from the city and have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Bhojpur Temple

Bhojpur Temple, built around the 11th century by Raja Bhoj, is popular for the 7.5 ft Shivling it houses. The temple has been left incomplete for unknown reasons. However, the plans for the entire structure have been inscribed on the rocks near it.

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Upper Lake 

Visiting Bhojtaal or Upper Lake is one of the best things to do in Bhopal. The lake was constructed by Raja Bhoj, dating back to the 11th century. A garden, named Kamla Park, overlooks the lake and is also a prominent tourist attraction. The ambience of the lake and the well-maintained garden draw numerous visitors to the area.

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Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya 

Tourists in Bhopal should not miss visiting this sangrahalaya or museum, which is located in Shamla Hills and is one of the city’s top attractions. It is known for its extensive documentation of tribal folks, lifestyles, and traits. The sangrahalaya, National Museum of Mankind, presents a picture of how humans evolved through the ages.

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Raisen Fort 

The fort, located on the fringes of the city, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the area. It sits atop a hill and was constructed sometime in the 11th century AD. The 10 sq km of the fort is home to palaces, gateways, a courtyard, a pool, a temple, rock shelters, and wells.

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Van Vihar National Park 

Bhopal’s Van Vihar National Park protects a huge variety of wildlife. The park functions as the city’s lungs, and its picturesque beauty and diverse attractions make it a popular tourist spot in the city. All kinds of birds and wild creatures, including lions, panthers, tigers, blackbuck, tortoises, and crocodiles, may be found in this area. The park also houses a rescue centre to take care of injured and sick animals.

Frequently Asked Questions

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi started the Smart City Mission on June 25, 2015. Surat was chosen as one of India’s 100 smart cities due to its numerous accomplishments, initiatives, and all-inclusive approach. 

Yes. Surat is known for its diamond production and selling, but it also boasts of a thriving information technology sector and is on its way to becoming a technologically advanced city. It has earned its spot among the fastest-growing cities in India. 

You can take a cab or auto to reach Dumas Beach from the city centre. 

Yes. There are around two connecting flights operating from Bhopal to Surat.  

It was earlier known as Gurjaratra or Gurjarabhumi for centuries before the Mughal period. 

It is known for its various natural and artificial lakes and for being one of the most ecologically-sensitive cities in India.  

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) owns and maintains only one airport in Bhopal. 

You can visit Dumas Beach, Jagdish Chandra Bose Aquarium, Science Centre, Sardar Patel Museum, and Dutch Garden. 

Bhopal Airport has a single passage terminal. 

Yes, Surat International Airport operates both domestic and international flights to several destinations. 

The aerial distance between the cities is 519 km. 

Poha and Jalebi are some of the famous delicacies of the city. 

No, there are no direct flights between the two cities. However, there are around two connecting flights from Bhopal to Surat.  

You should visit Dumas Beach, Suvali Beach, and Hajira Beach on your Surat trip. 

Hajira is around 30 km from Surat. 
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Airport Information

Surat Surat - Dumas Rd, Gaviyer, Surat, Gujarat 395007

Bhopal Raja Bhoj Airport, Gandhi Nagar Post office, Gandhi Nagar, Bhopal (MP)-462036