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Bhuj to Chennai Flights

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Are you looking for a flight from Bhuj to Chennai? 

You can book your air tickets on Adani’s one-stop platform. Whether a one-way flight ticket from Bhuj to Chennai or roundtrip, Adani will display a detailed airfare calendar to help you choose the best flight. You may select the most convenient option with the best air ticket deal or cashback offers. All domestic carriers – IndiGo, Air India, SpiceJet – are listed on the platform. Discounts and offers are updated regularly for both direct and connecting flights.

As of July 2022, there are no direct or connecting flights between Bhuj and Chennai. However, you can easily opt for a direct or connecting flight to Chennai from Ahmedabad. Or you can travel from Bhuj to Mumbai and then take a flight to Chennai. Take a look at the airfare calendar and complete your Bhuj to Chennai flight booking on Adani today!

Flights from Bhuj to Chennai


About Chennai Airport

Chennai International Airport (IATA: MAA) serves the city of Chennai and its suburbs. It is located in Meenambakkam, 21 km from the city centre. Chennai International Airport is one of the busiest airports in India. In the financial year 2021, the airport handled 9.53 million passengers.

Chennai has three terminals: Terminal 1 dedicated to domestic flights, and Terminals 3 and 4 catering to international flights. The airport is served by most major domestic airlines such as Air India, Vistara, SpiceJet, GoFirst, and IndiGo. These airlines serve all major cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Patna, Bhopal, and other cities in India. International airlines such as Emirates, British Airways, Oman Air, and others also operate flights to several international destinations.

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About Chennai

Chennai is the capital of the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu and was once known as the ‘Detroit of India.’ Chennai is known for its distinct culture, art, and music. Formed around a settlement and fort established by the British East India Company in 1639 as their trading gateway, the city was initially called Madras.

Chennai is an industrial hub in the south and several automobile manufacturers were based in and around the city. Chennai also has a vibrant film industry, popularly called Kollywood, which produces over 150 movies every year.

It’s a cosmopolitan city with people from diverse backgrounds. Tamil is the main language of Chennai. The city’s traditional food includes dosa, rasam, idli, sambhar, coconut chutney, etc. The famous Madras filter coffee is a must-try. Chennai is also famous for its beaches, temples, Carnatic music, classical dance forms, and natural attractions. Float Festival, Margazhi festival, Sri Vaikunta Ekadasi, and Panguni Peruvizha are some local festivals celebrated with pomp and grandeur.

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Arignar Anna Zoological Park

Arignar Anna Zoological Park is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Chennai. Located in Vandalur, this zoo is home to over 170 mammal, bird, and reptile species. It was established in 1855 as a 'zoo' primarily for housing lions and tigers. However, today it has become much more than just a zoo! It also houses one of India's largest bird aviaries, spread over an area of 1,300 acres. 

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Covelong Beach

Covelong beach is located south of Chennai. There are several local restaurants nearby where you can grab some delicious seafood before enjoying a stroll along this scenic shoreline. It’s a white sand beach where one can indulge in fishing, swimming, and water sports activities.

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Kapaleeshwar Temple

It is one of the oldest temples in Chennai and is thought to have been built around the 6th or 7th century by the Pallavas. The temple has wonderful architecture that is both pleasing to look at and very interesting to read about if you pay close attention to all of its details. If you like temples with vibrant Gopurams (main gateways), then Kapaleeswar Temple would be a great choice for a visit! There's also a pond nearby with water lilies blooming during certain times of the year.

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Mahabalipuram is a town on the East Coast Road, some 45 km away from Chennai, famous for its beaches, ancient temples and inscriptions. Here you can see the famous Shore Temple built by the Pallavas. The Cave Temples are a must-visit with several beautiful rock-cut sculptures dedicated to Lord Vishnu or Krishna. Arjuna's Penance sculpture is a huge rock carving dedicated to Arjuna’s penance after being defeated by his relatives in Kurukshetra War (Mahabharata). The temples and carvings at Mahabalipuram are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

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Marina Beach

Marina Beach is the second longest urban beach in the world, and it's one of India’s most popular tourist destinations. The beach offers a great place to enjoy the sunset, but it's also an ideal place for lounging and playing on its soft sand. The water at Marina Beach is shallow and clean. It's also one of Chennai's best spots to enjoy street food—you can find cheap snacks (like dosas) and fancy restaurants along its long stretch of sand. 

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Theosophical Society

Theosophical Society in Adyar is a popular tourist attraction in Chennai. It was founded in 1882 by Madame Blavatsky and Colonel Olcott. You can also visit their library, which houses over 2.5 lakh books on spirituality, philosophy, and religion. The campus has a Buddhist Shrine, a Hindu Temple, a Church, a Zoroastrian shrine, a mosque, and a Sikh Shrine. Located in the middle of the society is a mighty Banyan tree, which is estimated to be one of the biggest banyan trees in India.  


About Bhuj Airport

Bhuj Airport is located in Bhuj and is the only airport in the Kutch District. The airport handles domestic air traffic, with most flights connecting it to Mumbai and Ahmedabad. Its IATA code is BHJ. The airport has a single asphalt runway with one terminal handling all traffic. The airport terminal building can handle around 300 passengers at a time.

The airport is located around 3 km from the city centre. It shares its runway with the Bhuj Rudra Mata Air Force Base. It has one security counter, four check-in counters, two boarding gates, and one X-ray baggage scanner. The airport provides many facilities for passengers’ convenience. Assistance for the elderly and physically disabled, wheelchairs, ATMs, food kiosks, a lost and found baggage counter, etc., are available. State buses, private taxis, hotel transfers, and private taxi services are also available at the airport.

About Bhuj

Bhuj is a tourist town in the Kutch district of Gujarat. The town lies at the foot of the Bhujia Hill, named after one of its earliest Naga chieftains. The hill houses the Bhuj Fort, which separates it from the village of Madhapur, one of the richest villages in Asia. Bhuj has an arid climate, characterised by warm winters, sweltering summers, and unpredictable but sparse rains.

Bhuj is known for its temples and its craftsmanship, especially bandhani or tie-dye, embroideries, and leather goods. The Bhuj Haat is the local trading area for all these fine specimens of craftsmanship. The cuisine, which includes pakwans such as chikki, sev khaman, dabeli (local veg burger made from mashed potatoes), and jalebi and fafda, is mouthwatering.

Tourism is a major industry in Bhuj. The region is well connected via highway and railway networks. The domestic airport connects Bhuj to cities like Mumbai, New Delhi, Ahmedabad, etc.

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Chhattardi is a famous monument in Bhuj, built in the 18th century. It is an important historical site. The place has cenotaphs built for the royal family of Bhuj This place is great for learning about local history and taking some beautiful photos. The cenotaphs have umbrella-shaped dome structures and are intricately carved.  

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Mandvi Beach

Mandvi Beach a must-visit for anyone who visits Bhuj. It’s a brown sand beach lying south of Bhuj. It’s one of the comparatively clean beaches and is known for its calm locales. It has great opportunities for camping and indulging in water sports activities. One may also enjoy beautiful sunsets here.

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Kutch Museum

Kutch Museum is located in the heart of Bhuj city, close to the main market. Here, you can find a vast collection of artefacts, Kshatrapa inscriptions, and information on the region’s history. The museum was established in 1877 and is the oldest museum in Gujarat. There are various galleries, including an art gallery, a folk culture gallery, and an archaeology gallery.  

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Aina Mahal

Built in the 18th century, this is housed in the Darbargadh Palace. The structure resembles the traditional Kutchi style and is adorned with glasses and mirrors of different shapes on walls, windows, ceilings, and pillars. It also has an inverted mirror of European depiction. Only the lower section of the structure is open to visitors.

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Prag Mahal

Prag Mahal Palace was built in the mid-19th century and is inspired by Italian architecture. It's now a museum. It is the biggest of the three palaces in the Darbargadh Palace. It is made up of marble and red sandstone. It is adorned with chandeliers and many statues.  

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Shree Swaminarayan Temple

Shree Swaminarayan Temple is one of the oldest temples in Bhuj, built in 1822. It is the first temple of the Swaminarayan sect constructed by Shree Swaminarayan himself, which makes this temple the most popular tourist spot in Bhuj City. The different sections of the temple were subsequently added at different times.

Frequently Asked Questions

While it depends on your airport of origin, you should arrive at the airport 2-3 hours before your flight takes off.  

Yes, but make sure they are microchipped, and you have all the necessary vaccination certificates for their travel. 

In case your luggage gets lost during your flight, make sure you inform the airline staff immediately after landing. Make sure you furnish your baggage details and boarding pass details. 

The aerial distance between Bhuj and Chennai is about 1589 km. 

Some good hotels near Chennai Airport include Hotel Southern Comfort, The Mount Manor, Trident Chennai, and Treebo Trend Nestlay Airport. 

SpiceJet, IndiGo, Vistara, and Air India are some airlines operating flights between Mumbai and Chennai. 

Travellers looking for the cheapest fares can benefit by booking their flights well in advance as the price of air tickets increases closer to the departure date of the journey. 

There are various ways to get from Chennai Airport to the city centre. You can hire a taxi, rent a car, or use the public transport system. There are several buses and rickshaws available which are cheap and fast. You can also take the Blue line at the Airport Metro Station.  

You can buy Bandhani sarees, dupattas, or stoles, hand-embroidered skirts and jackets, Rogan artwork, woollen Kutchi shawls, and tribal jewellery. 

Currently, there are more than 20 direct and connecting flights operating between Mumbai and Chennai. The minimum flight time is around 1 hour and 50 minutes.  

Chennai Airport has lounges that can be availed at a nominal cost. Most lounges have comfortable seats, free snacks, and drinks. 

There are many hotels in and around Bhuj Airport, such as Comfort Inn Prince Hotel, Hotel Mangalam, Hotel ILark, Hotel Shiv Residency, and The Fern Residency Bhuj. 

Summers in Chennai are hot and humid. Therefore, the best time to visit the city is during winter, from October to February. 
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Airport Information

Chennai Great Southern Trunk Rd, Meenambakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600027

Bhuj IAF Campus, Bhuj, Gujarat 370001