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Bhubaneswar to Tuticorin Flights

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Adani One all-new platform offers the best, hassle-free experience of flight booking. It presents the updated flight routes from Bhubaneshwar to Tuticorin, along with details like departure timings, layovers, etc. Rest assured, Adani One displays the most competitive cashback and other saving opportunities when you book your ticket from Bhubaneshwar to Tuticorin. If you have a return date in mind, booking the return ticket in advance from Tuticorin to Bhubaneshwar may also provide you with additional discounts.

Several connecting flights operate on the Bhubaneswar to Tuticorin route, with around 3-4 daily flights. These connecting flights have a layover at Chennai or Bangalore. The Bhubaneswar to Tuticorin flight duration varies from 6 to 9 hours and depends mainly on the layover period. For online flight ticket booking from Bhubaneswar to Tuticorin, visit Adani One and avail great deals on your flight booking.

Flights from Bhubaneswar to Tuticorin


About Tuticorin Airport

Tuticorin Airport is approximately 17 km from the city. It is a domestic airport serving Tirunelveli and Tuticorin in southern Tamil Nadu, and its IATA code is TCR. Tuticorin Airport is Tamil Nadu's fifth-busiest airport after Chennai, Coimbatore, Tiruchirappalli and Madurai. The airport has one asphalt runway, and the airport's terminal building can handle 72 passengers. The airport also has night landing facilities.

The airport provides several facilities for passengers, such as a childcare room, car rental services, trolleys, medical and first-aid, wheelchair support for the elderly and assistance for the differently-abled, along with a food court and snack counters.

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About Tuticorin

Tuticorin, also known as Thoothukudi, is a port city located in the southeastern region of Tamil Nadu. Tuticorin lies on the Indian Ocean's Gulf of Mannar, 40 km east of Tirunelveli, connected via road and rail routes. Tuticorin was a small fishing village that developed into a thriving Portuguese colony in the 16th century. During the British and Dutch occupancies, the city expanded further.

In the early 20th century, Tuticorin became the centre of the Indian independence movement with freedom fighters like Veerapandiya Kattabomman, poet Subramanya Bharathy, Vellaya Thevan, V.O. Chidambaram Pillai and Venni Kalady leading the front. The first Swadeshi ship, S.S. Gaelia, was launched from Tuticorin on 1st June 1907 by freedom fighter V.O. Chidambaram Pillai, who also established India’s first shipping company; Swadeshi Steam Navigation Company.

The late 1960s saw an expansion of the shipping industry, a deepening of the harbour and improvement in fishing and warehouse facilities. However, today Tuticorin, lying around 8 km southeast of the original port, handles most of the city's shipping. Tuticorin, a major port in India, operates round the clock throughout the year. Its strategic location keeps it shelved off from the otherwise stormy weather. It also handles coal traffic and other trades with Sri Lanka.

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Kalakad Wildlife Sanctuary

Kalakad Wildlife Sanctuary is a popular tourist place in Thoothukudi. It is among the few South Indian national parks that house tigers. Besides, it is home to the Nilgiri Langur, Lion-tailed Macaque, Langur, Bonnet Macaque, flying squirrel, Nilgiri Tahr, Pangolin etc. Popular activities here include trekking and safari.

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Kalugumalai is a tiny, tranquil town of Tuticorin. It is known for its monolithic Jain structures and ancient rock-cut temples. The city derived its name from the surrounding hills, translating to “Hill of Vultures”. The surrounding hills give the town exceptional physical beauty. Earlier, the hills were called Araimalai or Thirumalai

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Tuticorin Port

Tuticorin Port is India's major port, attracting a lot of travellers throughout the year. It is among Thoothukudi's best spots where you can relax and enjoy picturesque views. It was declared a major port in 1974. Also known as the V.O. Chidambaram Port Trust, this port is Tamil Nadu’s second-largest and third-largest container terminal in India. 


About Bhubaneswar Airport

Bhubaneswar Airport, also known as Biju Patnaik Airport, is around 3 km from the city's centre. Its IATA code is BBI. The airport was named after Odisha's former Chief Minister Biju Patnaik, a freedom fighter and a famed aviator.

Bhubaneswar Airport has two active passenger terminals, i.e. Terminals 1 and 2, each dedicated to domestic and international passengers. It provides an array of services to commuters like a VIP lounge, childcare room, medical aid, ATM, mobile charging points, free wi-fi etc. Bus and taxi services are also available for to and fro airport transfers.

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About Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar is the capital city of the Indian state of Odisha. Historically known as Tribhubaneswar, it lies on the Kuakhai River, the Mahanadi River delta's constituent stream.

The Dhauligiri rock edict of the Mauryan emperor Ashoka at the site of the Kalinga War represents Bhubaneswar’s history from the 3rd century BCE. Bhubaneswar was a provincial capital of various Hindu dynasties between the 5th and the 10th centuries C.E. Bhubaneswar is also a centre of devotion, and many temples (including the Parashurameshwar and the Mukteshwar) were built between the 7th and the 14th centuries here are built in Kalinga-style architecture.

Bhubaneswar has around 30 ancient temples in the Old Town area. The city turned into a planned township after 1948 when the capital was moved there from Cuttack. The planned township of Bhubaneswar has the state museum, the state government buildings, the Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology and the Utkal University. The Indira Gandhi Memorial Park lies in the city centre. Bhubaneswar lies on the national highway connecting Chennai (previously Madras) and Kolkata (formerly Calcutta). It has an international airport and houses the zonal headquarters of the East Coast Railways.

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This is the place, on the banks of river Daya, where the famous Kalinga War was fought. The primary attraction of this place is the Shanti Stupa, built in 1972 by the Japanese Buddha Sangha and Kalinga Nippon Buddha Sangha. The stupa, also called the Peace Pagoda, commemorates the change in the heart of Emperor Ashoka after the war. It was an important centre for Buddhist activities. 

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Lingaraja Temple

Bhubaneswar's important landmark is the glorious Lingaraj Temple, an architectural marvel built in the 11th century. The 180 ft temple, with seamless stone carvings and detailed craftsmanship, is considered a masterpiece of Indian architecture. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and has many smaller shrines, including one dedicated to Goddess Parvati.

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Mukteswara Temple

Mukteswara Temple was built in the 10th century. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is an excellent piece of architecture with intricately carved designs. Its most prominent feature is the arched gate or Torana. It is also called a ‘miniature gem’ because of its intricate carvings.

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Nandankanan Zoological Park

"Nandankanan Zoological Park is built in a forest and set in an entirely natural environment. The botanical garden and the zoo cover Kanjia lake and Chandaka forest regions. It is India’s first zoo to have bred white and melanistic tigers. The zoological park is home to white tigers, Asiatic lions, crocodiles, Indian pangolin, and many other endangered species. In addition, the park has a walk-through aviary, safaris, an aquarium, a ropeway, and boating facilities, among others."

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Udaygiri and Khandagiri Caves

The Khandagiri and Udaygiri rock-cut caves served as a Jain monastery. Built during the Kalinga Empire by Kharvela, a follower of Jainism, these caves are separated by a narrow road. There are approximately 40 caves, the largest being a double-storeyed cave with ornate carvings called the Rani Gumpha.

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Bindu Sarovar

Bindu Sarovar is a sacred lake and one of the renowned tourist places in Bhubaneswar. It lies in the North of the famous Lingaraj temple and is 1300 ft long and 700 ft wide. This is a popular place among locals. To the west of this lake is a garden called Ekamra Van, which has various medicinal and spiritual plants.

Frequently Asked Questions

The IATA code for Tuticorin Airport is TCR and for Bhubaneswar Airport is BBI. 

Around three connecting flights operate daily between Bhubaneswar and Tuticorin with one layover.

Currently, there is no direct Bhubaneswar to Tuticorin flights operational between the two destinations. 

IndiGo has the highest number of flights, with one layover between Bhubaneswar and Tuticorin.

Bhubaneswar Airport is around 3 km from the city centre.

Tuticorin Airport is around 17 km from the city centre.

The Airports Authority of India manages the Bhubaneswar Airport. 

Tuticorin is called ‘Pearl City’ because of the prevalent pearl fishing industry in the past. 

The general baggage allowance for Bhubaneswar to Tuticorin flight is 7 kg cabin baggage and 15 kg check-in baggage. However, the baggage rules depend on the airlines you are travelling with as well as the class of your flight booking. 

Bhubaneswar was designed by the German architect Otto Konigsberger. 

The shortest Bhubaneswar to Tuticorin flight duration is about six and a half hours.

The layover period of Bhubaneswar to Tuticorin flights varies from 3 to 6 hours. 

The Bhubaneswar Airport, also known as Biju Patnaik Airport, has two terminals. There is another proposed terminal which will solely cater to international tourists. 
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Airport Information

Tuticorin Tuticorin, Airport Airport Road, Vagaikulam, Tamil Nadu 628103

Bhubaneswar Airport Rd, Aerodrome Area, Bhubaneswar, Odisha 751020