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Bhubaneswar to Salem Flights

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Are you searching for flights from Bhubaneswar to Salem?

You have come to the right place. Adani One platform is all you need to book your air tickets. Whether Bhubaneswar to Salem flight or a return ticket, the detailed airfare calendar on the platform helps you find the most convenient flight with many discounts and cashback options. All domestic carriers such as IndiGo, Go First, Air India, and AirAsia are listed on the platform. If you have a specific arrival date in mind, we recommend reserving a return ticket to take advantage of the discounts that come with it on the Adani One platform.

The aerial distance between Bhubaneswar to Salem is 1262 km. Bhubaneswar Airport (Biju Patnaik International Airport) is accessible to all major cities in India through regular flights. There is no flight from Bhubaneswar to Salem. The nearest airport to Salem is Tiruchirappalli Airport, which has various connecting flights from Bhubaneswar. Salem is located around 150 km away and is just a three-hour drive from Tiruchirappalli. IndiGo operates the most flights from Bhubaneshwar to Tiruchirappalli.

Flights from Bhubaneswar to Salem


About Tiruchirappalli International Airport

The Tiruchirappalli International Airport (IATA code: TRZ) is one of the busiest airports in India, located on the Pudukkottai-Trichy National Highway 336 in Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu. It is also the third-largest airport in Tamil Nadu after Coimbatore and Chennai. The airport is connected to various international and domestic destinations, including Colombo, Dubai, Singapore, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Chennai.

Since 2004, Tiruchirappalli Airport has been undergoing development. It was utilised by the British Air Force during World War II, and it was later opened for civilian operations.

The airport has two adjacent terminals. One terminal is an international cargo complex, and the other is an integrated terminal that handles domestic and international flights.

The terminals have check-in counters, immigration counters, and baggage assistance areas. Some other amenities in the airport include medical facilities, luggage trolleys, wheelchairs, special assistance for differently-abled, shops, and duty-free stores.

The Tiruchirappalli International Airport is well-connected to major city bus and railway stations.

Salem Airport


About Bhubaneswar Airport

Bhubaneswar Airport (IATA code: BBI), which is also known as Biju Patnaik Airport, is an international airport in Odisha, India. It is named after the famous aviator and freedom fighter - Biju Patnaik. The airport is located 5 km away from the Bhubaneswar Railway Station and 3 km from the city centre. The Biju Patnaik Airport, the 17th-busiest airport in India, is managed by the Airports Authority of India.

The Bhubaneswar Airport or the Biju Patnaik Airport has two terminals, where Terminals 1 and 2 already cater to domestic and international passengers, respectively. The third terminal which is being built will handle domestic flights. Air Asia, Vistara, Alliance Air, and IndiGo are the major airlines that operate at the airport.

Several recreational lounges, internet, medical assistance, information desks, child care rooms, rest and retiring rooms, complimentary luggage trolleys, ATMs and restaurants are available at Bhubaneswar Airport. At the airport, snack counters, art galleries, gift stores, and shops selling indigenous handicrafts are also available.

Tiruchirappalli International Airport
About Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar is the capital city of the state of Orissa, India. The city is also called the 'Temple City of India' as it was once home to more than 700 temples. Bhubaneswar and Cuttack together are referred to as the 'twin cities of Odisha'. Some major tourist attractions in Bhubaneswar include the 11th-century Lingaraja Temple, Bindu Sagar Lake, Puri Beach, Chandrabhaga Beach, Baliharachandi Beach, and Ramachandi Beach.

Bhubaneswar is located on the banks of the Mahanadi River, covering an area of 419 sq km. In 1946, the German architect, Otto Königsberger, designed Bhubaneswar, making it one of the earliest planned cities in India. Bhubaneswar experiences summers from the months of March to May characterised by hot and humid weather, and the temperature can go up to 40 °C in May. In winter, the temperature dips to 7 °C during December and January in Bhubaneshwar.

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Dhauli Giri Hills

Located at a distance of 8 km from Bhubaneswar, Dhauligiri Hills lies near the banks of the River Daya. The Dhauli Shanti Stupa is situated in the Dhauligiri Hills. Emperor Ashoka renounced war by adopting the path of dharma in Dhaulagiri Hills.

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Lingaraja Temple

Out of the many temples in Bhubaneswar, the Lingaraja Temple is one of the oldest temples, making it the city's most prominent landmark. The temple was built in the Kalinga Style of architecture. Over 6,000 people visit this temple daily, which increases to lakhs during festivals.

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Nandankanan Zoological Park

Nandankanan Zoological Park is located in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. It is India's first zoo to join the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) and the world's first zoo to have successfully bred Melanistic and White Tigers. The zoo is famous for its white-tiger safaris.

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Udayagiri Caves

The Udayagiri Caves (Kattaka Caves or Cuttack caves) are a combination of natural and artificial caves. Each cave has a different name, known for historical inscriptions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Since the Salem Airport is non-operational, you must travel to the Tiruchirapalli Airport, located around 150 km away, and travel to Salem via train, bus, or cab.

Out of the wide variety of food options available in Salem, the Thattu Vadai Set and mangoes are the most popular and not-to-miss foods. Besides these, you can also try idlis, vadas, pongal, upma etc. 

Tiruchirappalli Airport is well-equipped to host domestic and international flights via its integrated terminal.  

On average, approximately five flights operate between Bhubaneswar and Tiruchirappalli.

The IATA code of Bhubaneshwar Airport is BBI.

The IATA code of Tiruchirappalli International Airport is TRZ.  

Yes, the COVID test is mandatory for people travelling via Tiruchirapalli Airport. The administration has arranged to conduct the RAPID PCR test at the airport premises.

Tamil Nadu has four international airports– Chennai, Coimbatore, Tiruchirapalli, and Madurai.

The minimum flight duration from Bhubaneswar to Tiruchirappalli is around 7 hours and 25 minutes, with a layover in Bangalore.

On most domestic flights, the minimum baggage allowance is 15 kg, and a handbag of 7 kg is allowed. However, each airline has baggage policies, which you should check before packing for the journey.

Some of the top attractions in Salem include:
  • Yercaud
  • 1008 Lingam Temple
  • Siddhar Temple
  • Mettur Dam
  • Mookaneri Lake
  • Oothumalai Hill
  • Sankagiri Fort
  • Kurumbapatti Zoological Park
  • Kiliyur Falls
  • Jama Masjid

The primary language spoken in Salem is Tamil, followed by Kannada.

Dahibara-aloodum, mudhi mansa, gupchup, dalma with rice, and rasabali are some of the most enjoyable foods of Bhubaneshwar.

Puri beach, at a distance of 75 km from Bhubaneswar, and Paradeep beach, at a distance of 100 km from Bhubaneswar, are the best beaches to visit during your trip to the city. 

The months from October to February are the best times to visit Salem since the weather is cool during this time.