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Bhuj to Bhatinda Flights

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Adani's one-stop platform offers to book air tickets at your convenience. Adani offers a detailed airfare calendar to assist you in choosing the most convenient flight with the best air ticket price or cashback. The platform offers various domestic flights—IndiGo, Go First, Air India, etc, from which you can choose the departure time that works best for you. Special discounts and offers are also available on both direct and connecting flights. If you have an arrival date in mind, booking a round trip will allow you to avail of bigger discounts. Book your Bhuj to Bathinda flight tickets today with Adani!

There aren't any direct flights available from Bhuj to Bathinda. However, Kandla Airport, 55 km from Bhuj, has direct flights to New Delhi, from where you can take a flight to Amritsar or Chandigarh. These two are the nearest major airports to Bathinda. Alternatively, you can also fly from Ahmedabad to these two cities. From there you can reach Bathinda by road or rail. Make sure you check out the air ticket deals, cashback options, and offers and discounts when booking your flight.

Flights from Bhuj to Bhatinda


About Amritsar Airport 

Amritsar Airport, also known as Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (ATQ), is located 11 km from Amritsar city centre, near the village of Rajasansi. The airport is named after the fourth Sikh Guru and the founder of Amritsar, Guru Ram Das.

The airport has a single integrated terminal which handles both international and domestic flights. The terminal building can handle up to 1,200 passengers at a time. Facilities offered at the airport include ATMs, duty free shops, information counters, lost & found counters, VIP lounges, and restaurants and cafes. The Amritsar Airport is operated by the Airports Authority of India (AAI). In 2009, the airport was recognised as the fastest growing airport in India.

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About Bhatinda

The city of Bhatinda is in the Indian state of Punjab. Located in the Malwa Region in northwest India, it is 227 km from Chandigarh. It is a cultural gem that attracts tourists from all over.

Bathinda is primarily a heritage destination. Despite its Sikh dominance, the town has been influenced by Muslim and Hindu cultures as well over the centuries. The most revered Muslim shrine, the Mazaar of Peer Haji Rattan, shares its walls with a Hindu temple and a Sikh Gurdwara.

In ancient times, the town was called Bikramgarh. The city is still guarded by several impressive structures, such as Qila Mubarak and the Bahia Fort. In the 18th century, Bathinda was called Tabar-i-Hind (Labb-ut-Twarikh), which loosely translates to 'Gateway to India.’

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Bathinda Lake

Bathinda Lake is a must-visit for people who enjoy nature. The lake, situated 5 km from Bathinda, has a beautiful atmosphere and calm water. It belongs to a thermal plant nearby which uses it to store coolant water. This is a great place for picnics, boat rides, water scooter rides, and parasailing.  

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Bir Talab Zoo

The zoo is maintained by the Forest and Wildlife Protection Department of Punjab. Spanning an area of 161 acres, the zoo houses a variety of birds and deer. You can also see the black buck here.  

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Chetak Park

Situated about 5 km from Bathinda city centre, Chetak Park is a zoological park and tourist complex. It is an ideal place for hosting picnics or sightseeing. There is also a lake for boating here. 

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Damdama Sahib

Located 18 km from Bathinda, the Damdama Sahib holds great historical significance for the Sikhs. Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru, relaxed and took rest here after a battle with the Mughals. He established it as a centre to spread his teachings, and re-dictated the Adi-Granth here.  

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Maiser Khana Mandir

This temple is situated 29 km from Bathinda, on the Bathinda-Mansa Road. Goddesses Jwali and Durga are worshipped here. Maiser Khana was built in 1951. Two grand melas are hosted here every year, which is very popular with people from all parts of Punjab.  

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Qila Mubarak

Bathinda is known for its Qila Mubarak Fort. Researchers have discovered that the bricks used to build the fort date back to the Kushan Empire, in the 90-110 AD. Razia Sultan, the first and only lady ruler of Delhi, was defeated and imprisoned here. Inside the Qila Mubarak complex, there are also two gurdwaras built by Guru Gobind Singh. 


About Bhuj Airport 

Bhuj Airport is a domestic airport in Bhuj, Gujarat, situated within the Kutch District of Gujarat. Situated about 3 km from Bhuj, the airport is operated jointly by the Indian Air Force and the Airports Authority of India (AAI). Therefore, it shares its runway with the Bhuj Rudra Mata Airport Base.

The airport is well-connected to Mumbai via direct flights. There is a single terminal for arrivals and departures at the Bhuj Airport. There is one security checkpoint and four check-in counters here. Bhuj Airport also has a permanent helipad.

About Bhuj

Bhuj is located in northwestern Gujarat state in west-central India. It lies between the Rann and the Gulf of Kutch in the lowlands. Rao Khengarji I established Bhuj the capital of Kutch in 1549 after it was founded in 1510 by Rao Hamir.

The Aina Mahal, commissioned by Rao Lakhpatji in the 18th century and later converted into a museum, is one of Bhuj's major tourist attractions. Hamirsar Lake is a popular spot for visitors to enjoy peace.

The city serves as a commercial centre for salt, cotton, cattle, barley, and wheat production. It is also where the first large-scale experiment with solar pond technology in India took place.

Bhuj is one of India's most popular destinations for viewing the ancient crafts of Kutch, including bandhani (tie-dye), embroidery, and leatherwork. The Bhuj Haat, situated near the Jubilee Ground, is an art market where artists from nearby villages sell their work. Besides being known for its regional cuisine, Bhuj is also well-known for its dal pakwan, chikki, and regional Gujarati sweets.

Bhuj is a junction of several state highways, a railroad terminus, and an airport. It has direct rail connections to several cities in India, including Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, etc. There is a domestic airport, which has several flights to Mumbai run by Alliance Air. The ST Stand at Bhuj provides bus service to several places in Gujarat. The private tour industry runs frequent bus services to major cities within the state and outside the state of Gujarat.

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Aina Mahal

The Aina Mahal, also known as the Mirrors Palace, was built during the reign of Lakhpatji in the 18th century. This palace also has a handicraft museum displaying crafts made in different parts of Kutch. 

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Hamirsar Lake

Hamirsar Lake is an artificial lake located in the centre of Bhuj. It was built by Rao Khengarji I, sometime between 1548 and 1585. It was named after his father, Rao Hamir. It also has an island in the middle called Rajendra Park. It is an ideal place for a fun get-together.  

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Vande Mataram Memorial

Vande Mataram Memorial is one of the most popular attractions amongst tourists. It is located in Bhujodi (a village in Gujarat 10 km from Bhuj). The Ashapura Foundation built it to commemorate the Indian independence struggle. The best part about this memorial is that it is a 4-D memorial.

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Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary

This sanctuary is 110 km from Bhuj Airport. Spread across an area of 7,506.22 sq. km, it is considered one of the world's largest seasonal saline wetland areas. 

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Prag Mahal

The Prag Mahal was built in the 19th century next to the Aina Mahal. The Prag Mahal is located in the heart of the city, which makes it easily accessible. 

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Shri Swaminarayan Temple

Built in 1822, it was the first temple of the Swaminarayan Hindu sect. Some parts were damaged during the 2001 earthquake and have now been completely renovated. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, the flight operations at the Bathinda Airport started in 2016. 

Chandigarh and Amritsar Airports are the nearest airports to Bathinda. 

The distance between Bhuj and Kutch is 82 km. 

Currently, only one airline (Alliance Air) is flying from Bhuj. 

Bhuj (BHJ) Airport is 3.8 km from Bhuj city centre. Other nearby airports are Kandla Airport (55 km) and Rajkot Airport (257 km). 

The Bathinda Airport code is BUP. 

There are direct flights from Bathinda to New Delhi. From there, there are connecting flights to Ahmedabad, Goa, Amritsar, Guwahati, etc. 

Carry-on bags shouldn't be larger than 22 inches long, 14 inches wide, and 9 inches deep. 

Online ticket booking is possible up to two hours before departure. Tickets can sometimes be purchased at the airport's reservation desk if booking online isn't possible. 

Yes, the best day to buy a plane ticket is Tuesday. 

SpiceJet, IndiGo, and GoAir are among India's low-cost airlines. 

The contact number of Bathinda airport is 0164-2865302 
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Airport Information

Bhatinda New Civil Air Terminal Chandigarh International Airport, Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar, Punjab 140306

Bhuj IAF Campus, Bhuj, Gujarat 370001