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Bhuj to Tiruchirappalli Flights

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Currently, there are no direct flights from Bhuj to Tiruchirappalli. As Bhuj Airport only has flights to Mumbai Airport, you can consider taking a flight from Bhuj to Mumbai and then taking a flight from Mumbai to Tiruchirappalli via Chennai Airport (5-6 hours from Tiruchirappalli by road). Alternatively, you can also go from Bhuj to Rajkot Airport by road (which will take 4-5 hours) and then take a connecting flight to Tiruchirapalli via Bengaluru.

Flights from Bhuj to Tiruchirappalli


About Tiruchirappalli Airport

Situated about 5 km south of the city centre, the Tiruchirappalli International Airport (IATA: TRZ) is the third-busiest airport in Tamil Nadu. Three Indian and four foreign airlines operate here to provide travellers with direct connectivity. The city is connected to five domestic and seven international destinations. The Tiruchirappalli International Airport has two terminals—an integrated passenger terminal and a cargo terminal. Both domestic and international travellers use the former. You can take city buses or hail a cab to arrive at the airport. The airport offers several facilities, including ATMs, wheelchair assistance, currency exchange, free medical service, baby care facilities, and free baggage trolleys.

About Tiruchirappalli

The city of Tiruchirappalli is commonly known as Trichy and is located on the banks of the Cauvery River. It is among the oldest inhabited cities in Tamil Nadu. The city is well-known for its blend of modernity and tradition, which attracts people from all walks of life.

Tiruchirappalli houses reputable educational institutions such as the National Institute of Technology (NIT), the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), and the National Law University (NLU). It is therefore recognised as one of Tamil Nadu's foremost educational hubs. Additionally, the city is also a critical industrial centre, with factories like Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Ordnance Factory Tiruchirappalli (OFT), Goldenrock Railway Workshop, and High Energy Projectile Factory (HEPF).

Globally, it is recognised for spawning an exclusive brand of cheroot called the Trichinopoly cigar. Trichy is also well-known for its contribution to the Indian independence movement. At the time of the Quit India movement, Tiruchirappalli played host to multiple strikes and non-violent protests. Most notable among them was the South Indian Railway Strike of 1928. And in 1930, it served as the base for the Vedaranyam Salt March, organised parallelly to the famous Dandi March by C. Rajagopalachari.

High temperatures and humidity are defining attributes of the city's climate. The annual mean temperature of the city is 28.6℃. Between April and June, Tiruchirappalli experiences its hottest days. The city assumes its pleasant best from June to September, courtesy of heavy rain. The city registers an average annual rainfall of 730 to 900 mm.

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Butterfly Park

Butterfly Park is situated inside the Tropical Butterfly Conservatory Campus in Srirangam, about 17 km from Trichy. This breathtaking butterfly conservatory is nestled between the banks of rivers Cauvery and the Kollidam. Adorned with a large butterfly glass house, fountain, garden, and hut, the park enthrals adults and children equally. The butterfly park is extremely popular for its Nakshatra Vanam – a grove in tune with the zodiac signs of Indian astrology.

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Kallanai Dam

Also referred to as the Grand Anicut, this ancient dam is about 15 km from the city. The Kallanai Dam is one of the oldest water regulator structures in the world. Constructed on the Cauvery River, this dam is extremely popular. Despite being in existence for centuries, the structure hasn't given in to wear and tear. If you are looking for a spot in the city to watch the sunset, this is your place. A small park near the dam acts as a picnic spot for families.

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Railway Museum

Housing an array of artefacts, relics, and models, the Railway Heritage Centre cum Railway Museum in Tiruchirappalli attracts many footfalls. Spread across an area of 360 sq km, the museum is divided into two galleries—indoor and outdoor. While the indoor gallery exhibits several documents, railway maps, photographs, old manuals, and equipment from the British Raj period, the latter showcases locomotive and train antiques. Visitors can marvel at a crane dating back to 1887, as well as the wooden body of a 1965 Ooty train.

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Rockfort Ganpathi Temple

Your trip to Tiruchirappalli is incomplete if you don’t visit the iconic Rockfort Ganpathi Temple. This temple is built in the Rock Fort complex, a popular tourist destination in Trichy. The most interesting part is that the rock formation under the temple is considered to be one of the oldest rocks in the world. The legend goes that the Rockfort is where Lord Ganesha ran from King Vibhishana after establishing the deity of Ranganathaswamy in Srirangam. To reach the Ganapathi temple's main area, devotees must embark upon a climb of 344 steps.

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Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple

The Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple is constructed in the Dravidian architectural style and is dedicated to Lord Ranganatha. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Tamil Nadu and comprises seven concentric walled sections (prakarams) and 21 towers (gopurams).

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Vekkali Amman Temple

Believed to have been constructed during the Chola Dynasty, this famous temple in Tiruchirappalli is dedicated to Goddess Vekkali, regarded as a form of Goddess Durga. She is believed to epitomise strength, kindness, power, grace, and compassion. Nestled within the Woraiyur village, the temple's golden chariot-shaped shrine mesmerises all who visit.


About Bhuj Airport

Bhuj Airport (IATA: BHJ) is located about 3 km from the city. It is also called Shyamji Krishna Verma Airport and is operated jointly by the Indian Air Force and the Airports Authority of India (AAI).

During the Indo-Pak war in 1971, Bhuj Airport faced lots of damage. A bombed airstrip in the airport was re-built by 300 women within 3 days while the war still raged on. These women came from the nearby village of Madhapur. The airport was also damaged in the 2001 earthquake and was repaired at a cost of Rs. 400 million.

Bhuj Airport has a single terminal and can handle up to 350 passengers simultaneously. It is spread over 832 acres and offers all basic amenities, including Wi-Fi, free trolleys, wheelchairs, etc. Passengers can use taxis or state transport buses to reach the city.

About Bhuj

Bhuj is a city in the Kutch district of Gujarat. It is spread over an area of 56 sq km. The name 'Bhuj' comes from the Bhujia fortress, which overlooks the city from a nearby hill. At present, Bhuj is the administrative headquarters of the Kutch district, which is also the largest district in India. The city is ancient and was founded in 1510 by Rao Hamir.

Bhuj has an arid subtropical climate with average annual rainfall of about 330 mm. The best time to visit the city is during winters (between November-January) when temperatures range between 10–33 °C. The city is applauded for preserving its ancient culture, a part of which is the region's craftsmanship. Be it the regional delicacies such as chikkis or the special tie-dye textile of bandhani, you will find it all here.

In 2001, the city had to face an earthquake that destroyed the city and took several lives. It was one of the deadliest earthquakes that India had ever seen. It took place on 26 January, India’s 52nd republic day. However, the city has made significant efforts to restore what was destroyed.

As an old city, it has architectural structures from the rule of Jadeja Rajputs, Gujarat Sultans, and the British Raj. Hence, it is an important part of India's and South Asia's history. A visit to Bhuj offers a glimpse into Gujarat’s rich history, culture, and heritage.

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Aina Mahal

Aina Mahal, which translates to Mirror Palace, is an interesting museum. As the name suggests, this place has walls covered with mirrors and old artefacts, art, and archaic pieces from Kutch’s history. If you enjoy spending time at museums and other historical sites, Aina Mahal is the place to be. The palace was commissioned by Lakhpatji in the second half of the 18th century and was built by Ram Singh Malam in European style.

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Hamirsar Lake

Hamirsar Lake is about 4 km from the city centre and is considered the heart of the town. The lake acts as an oasis for the city. It was built by the kings in the past to fulfil the domestic water demands of the people. It had a well-built channel that carried water from three rivers into the town’s reservoirs. Although the channel was destroyed during the 2001 earthquake, it was re-installed and functioning again by 2003. It is a peaceful place to sit by and enjoy the aura of Bhuj

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Mandvi Beach

Mandvi Beach is one of the popular tourist destinations in the region and is the perfect spot for a laidback beach getaway, for camping and to enjoy exciting water sports. It is popular for observing serene sunsets, tranquil surroundings, and clean waters. You can also try the camel rides on the beach.

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Prag Mahal

Located next to the Aina Mahal, this structure from the 19th century is a beautiful monument that showcases artefacts and history. With Gothic-style windows and Corinthian pillars around it, Prag Mahal is a museum with the second-tallest clock tower in the country. You can find personal items and artefacts from the families that once ruled Bhuj.

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Shri Swaminarayan Temple

Shri Swaminarayan Temple of Bhuj is the first temple of this particular Hindu sect. This temple was originally built in 1822 but was renovated post the earthquake in 2001. The newly constructed temple is mainly made from marble and is located on the banks of Hamirsar Lake.

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The Great Rann of Kutch

The Great Rann of Kutch is one of the largest salt deserts in the world. It is located between Gujarat in India and the Sindh province in Pakistan. This desert welcomes several tourists annually during the Rann Utsav, which takes place in the winter months of November to March. If you are an adventurous soul, you can also try camel rides and motorbikes on the sand and explore the expanse of the Great Rann of Kutch.

Frequently Asked Questions

People arriving from domestic destinations can meet their guests at the arrivals.

Yes, the airport offers wheelchairs and assistance to people with special needs.

In such cases, passengers are requested to contact the airline staff on duty, the CISF, or the Terminal Manager.

Yes, Bhuj Airport offers Wi-Fi, apart from other conveniences such as wheelchair facilities and passenger baggage trolleys.

Yes, there are two lounges at Tiruchirappalli International Airport—a VIP lounge and a Commercial Important Persons (CIP) lounge, both managed by AAI.

IndiGo, Air India, and SriLankan Airlines are the major carriers operating at Trichy International Airport.

 Trichy is well-connected to major Indian cities and some international destinations, so there are several daily departures.

The IATA code for Bhuj airport is 'BHJ,' and that of Trichy airport is 'TRZ.'

There are two terminals—a cargo terminal and an integrated passenger terminal which serves both domestic and international travellers.

Bhuj Airport is the nearest airport to Kutch.

Since 2003, the Bhuj Airport has been open for domestic passengers.

Being an old town, Bhuj is mostly famous for its temples, wildlife sanctuaries, and street markets.

Kutch is about 82 km away from Bhuj.

Currently, the airport in Bhuj operates as a domestic airport.
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Airport Information

Tiruchirappalli Old Terminal Building,Trichy Airport, Thirunagar, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu 620007

Bhuj IAF Campus, Bhuj, Gujarat 370001