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Daman to Kolkata Flights

Are you planning a trip to Kolkata?

If yes, get a list of the flights from Daman to Kolkata on Adani One. Whether you are looking for a Daman to Kolkata flight or a Kolkata to Daman flight, the platform will display a comprehensive airfare calendar with the cheapest air tickets. All major domestic carriers, including AirAsia, Alliance Air, Go First, IndiGo, Vistara, SpiceJet, and Air India, are listed on the platform.

There are currently no direct or connecting flights between Daman and Kolkata. You can opt for the nearest airport to Daman, that is, Surat Airport and book a flight to Kolkata. The distance of 121 km between Surat and Daman can be covered within 2 hours and 30 minutes by road. From Surat, more than ten flights take off for Kolkata every day, with the shortest air travel being 2 hours and 40 minutes with no layovers.

Adani One provides you with the cheapest flights from Surat to Kolkata along with discounts and cashback offers. The process is really simple. Just go to the flight ticket booking option and enter the names of the cities and your preferred travel date and timing. Information about all the available flights will be displayed on the screen. You can also check the flight status on Adani One. Complete booking for your Daman to Kolkata journey today on Adani One!

Flights from Daman to Kolkata


About Kolkata Airport

Kolkata Airport, officially known as Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport (IATA code: CCU), was previously called the Dum Dum Airport. It is one of the busiest airports in India. The airport is capable of handling 20 million passengers annually. There are around 128 check-in counters, 78 immigration counters, 12 customs counters, 18 aerobridges, 30 elevators, 18 escalators, and 15 travelators in the airport. It is located at a distance of around 17 km from the main city and has flights to all of India's major cities and towns.

It has three terminals, of which the first is the domestic terminal, the second is the international terminal, and the third is for cargo. A wide range of facilities like baggage services, dining, shopping, duty-free shopping, and many more are available at the airport. The airlines operating from the airport include Air India, AirAsia, Alliance Air, Go First, IndiGo, Vistara, and SpiceJet. There are no flights to Daman from Kolkata since Daman does not have a commercial airport, but one can take a flight from Kolkata to Surat, which is located at a distance of 121 km from Daman.

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About Kolkata

Kolkata is located on the eastern bank of the Hooghly river. Because of its strategic location, the city has a vast political and social history, which has played a crucial role in defining the chronological order of the events in the Indian subcontinent and the entire world.

It is believed that Kolkata was called Kalikata in ancient times. Kalikata is thought to be derived from the Bengali word 'Kalikshetra', which refers to the ‘Ground of Goddess Kali’. The British East India Company started to develop this city as their presidency in the year 1699. In 1772, they declared Kolkata as the capital of British India, thus extending and strengthening their hold over the city. Kolkata was a major hub for trade as well as the centre of the independence struggle during British colonisation.

Today, Kolkata is an urban city with a high population, skyscrapers, vibrant nightlife, IT hubs, and large corporate offices. Even after all the advancement and modernisation, Kolkata has retained its status of being India's cultural and intellectual capital. The people of Kolkata speak Bengali and are lovers of poetry, music, theatre, films, and art. The city has numerous art galleries, museums, heritage buildings, and movie and music production houses.

The festival of Durga Puja is celebrated with great zeal in the whole city. Since it was the capital of British India, the city has various forts, buildings, and churches constructed during the British reign.


About Daman Airport

Daman Airport (IATA code: NMB) was constructed in 1950. The airport is operated by the Indian Coast Guard, and is located in the union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu. It is not a commercial airport; therefore, no passenger service is available here. It has facilities like parking for civilian aircrafts and an air traffic control tower. The dimension of the primary runway is about 1801 m long and 45 m wide, whereas the second runway is about 1001 m long and 25 m wide.

Equipment like Airport Surveillance Radar, Doppler Very High-Frequency Omnidirectional Radio Range, Precision Approach Path Indicator, Non-Directional Beacon, and Distance Measuring Equipment are available as navigation aids at the airport for the use of the military. Flights from Daman to Kolkata are not available. If you want to visit Kolkata from Daman, you have to take the flight from Surat, which is about 121 km from Daman.

About Daman

Daman is part of the union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu in the west of India. Daman district and its surroundings were ceded to the Portuguese by the Shah of Gujarat in 1539. Daman remained under Portuguese control until 1961, when it became a part of India. During this time, Daman became a major centre of the opium trade and was a naval base for the Portuguese.

The southern coast of Gujarat surrounds Daman. The city is located near the mouth of the Daman Ganga river, which merges with the Arabian Sea. There are several monuments in the city which reflect Portuguese architecture, as well as clean beaches with crystal-clear water and water sports activities. All these make Daman a beautiful and dreamy destination. The forts and churches built by the Portuguese give you insights into their architectural style and design. The best time to visit Daman is during monsoons or winters. A helicopter service from Diu to Daman is also operational.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are around 15 flights on the Surat to Kolkata route every day.

Air India, AirAsia, Alliance Air, Go First, IndiGo, Vistara, and SpiceJet are the airlines that operate flights from Kolkata to Surat.

Yes, Daman has an airport, but it does not have scheduled commercial flights; instead, it is a military airbase.

The IATA code for Daman Airport in Dadra and Nagar Haveli is NMB.

There is no flight from Daman to Kolkata. You have to take a cab from Daman to Surat and then take a flight to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport from Surat.

Surat Airport (IATA code: STV) is at a distance of 121 km from Daman.

The IATA code of Kolkata Airport, that is, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport, is CCU.

Yes, there are many duty-free shops at Kolkata Airport.

Kolkata Airport is about 17 km from the main city centre.

Yes, baggage services are available at Kolkata Airport.

Around 15 flights are available daily from Kolkata to Surat. Of these flights, two are direct, and the remaining 13 are connecting flights.

No, the Kolkata Airport is not the busiest airport in India, but it ranks among the top 10 on the list of busiest airports in India.

The Kolkata Airport has three terminals, one for domestic flights, the second one for international flights, and the third one handles cargo.

The minimum time taken by a flight from Surat to Kolkata is around 2 hours and 40 minutes.

Yes, you can get an Ola cab from the Kolkata Airport.
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Airport Information

Kolkata Jessore Rd, Dum Dum, Kolkata, West Bengal 700052

Daman Daman Airport (NMB), Daman, Daman and Diu, India