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Bhuj to Port Blair Flights

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With Adani's one-stop platform, booking flights from Bhuj to Port Blair has never been easier. Adani’s platform lists various carriers such as Air India, AirAsia, Go First, and IndiGo and travellers may choose their preferred departure and arrival times. You can save money by booking return tickets, so if you have a return date in mind, you should take advantage of this benefit.

Because there are currently no direct or connecting flights between Bhuj and Port Blair, passengers can travel to Ahmedabad Airport, the nearest major airport to Bhuj, at around 344 km from the city, and then take a flight to Port Blair airport. Several flights are operating from Ahmedabad to Port Blair Airport daily. There are, however, no flights between Ahmedabad and Bhuj, so travellers would have to reach the Ahmedabad Airport by road or rail.

Alternatively, there is one daily flight operated by Alliance Air flying from the Bhuj Airport to the Mumbai Airport. Tourists can fly to Mumbai and catch a flight to Port Blair.

Ensure your experience of booking flights from Bhuj to Port Blair is quick, easy, and enjoyable by using Adani’s one-stop flight booking platform.

Flights from Bhuj to Port Blair

Port Blair

About Port Blair Airport

Port Blair Airport, also known as Veer Savarkar International Airport (IATA: IXZ), is a customs airport located about 2 km south of Port Blair. It serves as the key link between the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and the rest of the country. This airport is a civil enclave that shares airside facilities with the Navy's INS Utkrosh.

Veer Savarkar International Airport, named after the legendary independence hero, handles commercial aircraft as well as private planes. The airport has only one terminal with two departure gates and a total capacity of 400 passengers. Passengers may use complimentary trolleys to get their bags to the check-in counters. At the airport, first-aid medical facilities, and complimentary wheelchair services for elders and disabled travellers are available. The 6,100 sq m terminal has amenities such as a lost and found luggage desk and cafes. There are vehicle rental and taxi services available for travellers. The bus station is only 2 km from the airport and helps tourists travel to other parts of the islands easily.

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About Port Blair

Port Blair, the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, is your gateway to the islands' vast expanse of natural beauty and serenity. Visiting the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is akin to a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Breathtakingly gorgeous coral reefs, pristine white beaches, and swaying palm trees blend with monuments and museums to create an unforgettable experience.

The Andaman and Nicobar archipelago is located in the Bay of Bengal and consists of 362 volcanic islands, just 37 of which are inhabited. These beautiful green islands have a rich history, having been invaded in the past by the French, Dutch, Japanese, and British, as well as enduring warfare between settlers and local tribes. Hundreds of Indian revolutionaries were imprisoned at the Cellular Jail during the Indian struggle for independence, and the jail can be viewed by the public today.

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Corbyn Cove Beach

This is a sandy, palm-fringed public beach with jet ski rentals and lounge chairs to tempt visitors. There are also several shacks sprinkled along the beach and budget and posh hotels. Corbyn Cove Beach is one of the safest swimming beaches in Port Blair. The beach’s glittering sands draw a large number of visitors. Many tourists enjoy parasailing over the beach’s turquoise waters.

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Japanese Bunkers

These bunkers were erected during World War II and are evidence of an attempted siege of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. They are located on Ross Island and Corbyn Cove Beach and are among the most important historical sites to visit in Port Blair.  

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Mahatma Gandhi Marine Natural Park

Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park in the Wandoor region is a marine life protection territory on the southwestern coast of the Andaman Islands, some 29 km from the capital city of Port Blair. The sanctuary comprises 15 islands, and is home to some of the world’s most beautiful marine life, including coral reefs and nesting sea turtles, among other species. 

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Cellular Jail

This jail, popularly known as Kala Pani, has stood as a testament to India's colonial history. This national memorial honours the Indian freedom movement and is one of the most well-known attractions to visit in Port Blair, owing to its historical significance.

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Mount Harriet National Park

Mount Harriet is the third-highest peak in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and is located in a national park. From the summit of the mountain, you can get a bird’s-eye view of Port Blair. The park includes a beautiful assortment of flora and animals, and you can capture some great photos here. 

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Viper Island

Before Cellular Jail was built, the British used this island to send freedom fighters into exile. The remnants of the British prison, erected in 1867, may still be seen on the island. Viper Island is a 20-minute boat trip from Port Blair and covers an area of 0.34 sq km. The island is named after the ship on which Lt. Blair came. 


About Bhuj Airport

Bhuj Airport (IATA: BHJ) is a domestic airport covering an area of 832 acres. The airport is located 48 km from the India-Pakistan border. The runway of the Bhuj Airport is shared with the Bhuj Rudra Mata Air Force Base.

The airport has two boarding gates, and all arrivals and departures are handled by a single terminal at the airport. Four check-in counters, one security counter, and one access gate are present. Various facilities are also available for passengers, including retail outlets, currency exchange desks, tourist helpdesks and cafes. The Bhuj Airport is located about 6 km from the city centre of Bhuj and can be reached via public or private road transport from the city.

The Bhuj Airport provides connections to a vast number of cities around the country. The Ahmedabad Airport, around 340 km from Bhuj, is the nearest international airport linking Bhuj to the rest of the country and the globe.

About Bhuj

Bhuj is located near the Rann of Kutch in the state of Gujarat. Bhuj has a rich historical heritage. Since Bhuj was previously a walled city, there were 10 m high walls and towers built around the city. There was a hill that was strategically placed in such a way that soldiers could spy on the enemy and reinforce their defences. This hill is called Bhujiyo Dungar, and the city of Bhuj is said to be named after this hill.

The Rann Utsav is a well-known annual local festival. Makar Sankranti, Navratri, and Janamashtami are some of the other festivals celebrated in Bhuj. The city’s cuisine is heavily inspired by Gujrati cuisine, and dabeli – a potato-stuffed pav dish – is an all-time favourite snack.

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Aaina Mahal

Maharao Lakhpatji's former palace, the Aaina Mahal or ‘Hall of Mirrors’, is one of Bhuj's most prominent tourist attractions. Aina Mahal has a collection of art and antiques that are a treasure trove for history buffs and art enthusiasts. It was built in the typical Kutchi architecture. The palace's Hall of Mirrors is the major draw for visitors since it contains several glass displays on walls, ceilings, pillars, and even windows, contributing to the room’s overall attractiveness. 

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Hamirsar Lake

Hamirsar Lake lies near the western end of Kutch, Gujarat. Summers in Bhuj are notorious for being hot and dry. Between the dry summer in the city on the one hand and the salty and parched Kutch desert on the other, this lake is considered an oasis. In ancient times, the rulers of Bhuj created the lake to meet the household water requirements of their people. Hamirsar Lake has a well-developed waterway and tunnels that carry water from three rivers to the town's water reservoirs.  

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Mandvi Beach

Mandvi Beach boasts a clean and calm coastline and is one of the region’s most popular tourist spots. The beach is known for its camping and water sports facilities. Take a long walk down the beach as the sun sets over the horizon, or go bird-watching to learn about Kutch's biodiversity. Another thing to try is a camel ride, using which you can get a tour of the entire area. 

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Prag Mahal

Prag Mahal, located on the outskirts of the city of Bhuj, is one of India's architectural wonders and a source of pride for the city. The majestic palace, built in the 19th century, features Gothic-style windows and Corinthian pillars. This spectacular palace, which is largely made of red sandstone, includes exquisite carvings on its walls and stunning paintings. In addition, it hosts the country’s second-highest clock tower, which offers a spectacular view from the top. 

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Ramkund is a historic stepwell about 3.5 km from Bhuj Railway Station. The stepwell is a square-shaped well with a 56-foot-high side. Its walls are embellished with sculptures of figures from the Hindu epic Ramayana, including Lord Ram, Devi Sita, Lakshmana, and Lord Hanuman. The 10 avatars of Lord Vishnu may also be seen on the walls. Another highlight of this place is the Ram Dhun Temple, which is positioned just in front of the well.

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The White Desert

The White Desert, also known as the Great Rann of Kutch, is a wide expanse of desert that is frequently visited for its natural beauty and biological significance. It runs from the mouth of the Indus River to the Gulf of Kutch and is known as the world's biggest salt desert. The White Desert's contrasting environment is one of a kind in India, and it attracts many tourists. Located on the northern India-Pakistan border, the desert is heavily fortified and is also a filming site for various Bollywood films. Numerous animal, flowering, and wetland sanctuaries are present in the White Desert. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Alliance Air is the only airline that flies to and from Bhuj Airport. 

There are no direct or connecting flights between Bhuj and Port Blair. 

The minimum flight duration from Ahmedabad to Port Blair is 6 and 5 minutes.  

October to February is the best time to visit Andaman. The temperature is cooler this time of year, making it ideal for water sports and other outdoor activities. 

Havelock Island, Wandoor, Corbyn’s Cove, and Ross Island are some nearby islands you can visit when in Port Blair.  

Go First, IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Air India are some airlines that often fly from Port Blair Airport. 

The Port Blair Airport's IATA code is IXZ. 

No, there is no insurance fee necessary for a flight from Bhuj to Port Blair.  

Passengers may use web or airport check-in for their Bhuj to Port Blair flight. 

There are several budget hotels near the Port Blair airport, and you can book these online. 

Port Blair is famous for shell and pearl jewellery, wooden and cane artefacts, spices, etc.  

You would need at least three days to explore the city of Port Blair.  
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Airport Information

Port Blair Veer Savarkar International Airport, 744103 (Andaman & Nicobar Islands)

Bhuj IAF Campus, Bhuj, Gujarat 370001