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Diu to Latur Flights

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You can now book a flight with ease from anywhere, using Adani’s one-stop platform! Our goal is to provide a pleasant airline booking experience for our consumers. Adani’s airfare calendar allows you to purchase online flight tickets between Diu and Latur at your convenience. If you are looking for transparency in air ticket pricing and want to book your flight tickets at reasonable prices, Adani is the best option. The platform provides the most affordable available deals for you with additional discounts and special offers, which are updated regularly on the platform. You can select your flight according to your departure time from a list of all domestic airlines, including IndiGo, Go First, Air India, and AirAsia. Booking a return ticket for a specific arrival date is recommended if you wish to be eligible for more discounts. Check the airline schedule and book your Diu to Latur ticket on Adani today!

There are no direct or connecting flights available from Diu to Latur. Passengers who wish to travel from Diu to Latur must travel to Rajkot Airport, which is 277 Km away from Diu by road. From Rajkot Airport, you can take a connecting flight to Pune, with a layover in Delhi, Mumbai, or Bengaluru. IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Air India regularly service this route. Once you reach Pune, you can take a taxi or train to Latur.

Flights from Diu to Latur


About Latur Airport

Latur Airport (IATA: LTU) is a civilian airfield in the Marathwada district of Maharashtra, India. Reliance Airport Developers operates Latur Airport, which is managed by the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation. The airport has only one terminal as well as a VIP lounge. Charter flights for VIPs and corporations are currently available at the airport.

During rush periods, its runway can accommodate one ATR and one Business Jet. In 1991, the Public Works Department (PWD) built Latur Airport, which was then handed over to the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation in April 2000. It underwent several renovations from 2006 to 2008, and it was equipped with a larger runway, new terminal building, and parking lot. This airport is well structured, with a long runway, apron, taxiway, and a good passenger terminal. Also furnished with cutting-edge equipment, it features a comfortable main terminal that can accommodate over 60 people during crowded hours. The airport’s well-kept terminal features a VIP sitting room, X-ray detectors, a check-in desk, and a welcome area, among other amenities.

About Latur

Latur is located in Maharashtra’s Marathwada region. The town is home to several shrines and ancient buildings making it a popular tourist destination. Marathi is the official and most spoken language in this region.

Besides medieval temples and castles that are over a century old, Latur also has numerous lovely green spaces that are popular with both locals and visitors.

Latur has a long history, dating back to the Rashtrakuta dynasty. It was the home of the Rashtrakutas, who dominated the Deccan between 753 and 973 AD. Dantidurga, the first Rashtrakuta monarch, was also from Lattatur, the traditional name for Latur. It was also known as Ratnapura. The Rashtrakutas, who replaced the Chalukyas of Badami during 753 AD, called themselves Lattatur’s inhabitants.

The city was dominated by the Sakas, Satavahanas, Yadavas of Deogiri, Delhi Sultans, Chalukyas, and Bahamani kings of Southern India, Adilshahi, as well as the Mughals over the ages.

The city has a tropical environment with frigid winters and scorching summers, the best time to visit is between October and February.

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Ausa Fort

The Ausa Fort, which closely resembles a square, gained prominance around the post-Bahamani Era when it came under the control of Malik Ambar. The fort is surrounded by tall walls, which once offered it an advantage when keeping an eye on approaching enemies. Now, the high walls provide its visitors with spectacular views.

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Kharosa Caves

Kharosa Caves, located near a settlement with the same name, is a popular tourist destination for both visitors and history buffs. The caves were built during the Gupta period and held the statues of Parvati. There are even Jain Tirthankaras who greet tourists at the entrance to the temple, including Shiva, Ravna, Narasimha, and Yaksha.

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Nana Nani Park

Vilasrao Deshmukh Park, located in Latur city and known as Nana Nani Park, is a lovely park and a popular spot for residents to enjoy and spend time with loved ones. The park is frequently utilised for outdoor theatres and social events. The lake around the park presents the perfect spot for picnics, allowing visitors to take a break from their busy lives.

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Shri Ashtavinayak Temple

The Ashtavinayak Temple is well-known for its gorgeous South Indian architecture. The temple is flanked by gardens on both sides, which, along with its ornamental fountain, adds to its allure. The garden is graced with an approximately 9-foot-tall figure of Lord Shiva.

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Shri Virat Hanuman Mandir

The temple is renowned for the towering sculpture of Lord Hanuman atop the main temple and the tranquil setting of the garden surrounding it. An artificial waterfall cascades near the temple into a pool below, creating a beautiful veil of water at the entrance of the temple complex.

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Udgir Fort

The fort is named after Rishi Udaygiri Maharaj, whose samadhi lies 60 ft beneath the structure. The quadrilateral-shaped construction houses several halls and deep tunnels running underneath the fort. The ruins of old observation points made of white clay can be found in the surrounding hills.


About Diu Airport

The Diu Airport (IATA: DIU)is in India’s Union Territory Daman & Diu. The public airport houses an airstrip that also connects the nearby towns of Veraval and Jafrabad in Gujarat. It is the Union Territory’s only airport with commercial operations. The airport was established in 1954 when Diu was under the rule of the Portuguese.

The main runway at Diu Airport is 5922 ft long and 45 m wide. The airport can accommodate up to 100 passengers.

Services such as paid VIP rooms, canteen offering refreshments, city buses, private taxis, and auto-rickshaw services are available. The airport is also facilitated with a parking area. Baggage trolleys and wheelchairs for disabled travellers are provided, as are hospital and first aid facilities, visitor centre desks, T.R. Booths, and telephone booths. Due to the airport’s location, travellers can find frequent buses, cabs, and rickshaws outside the airport.

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About Diu

Diu is part of the Kathiawar Cultural Zone, which impacts the region’s language, costume, traditions, dietary habits, conventions, practices, and other cultural aspects. While some claim to be the original inhabitants of the Union Territory, such as the Sager, Kharwa, Mangela, Koli, Vanja, Salat, and Bhandari, others believe they are migrants from Gujarat and Saurashtra.

Diu, formerly a Portuguese settlement, is a tiny island near the coast of Veraval. Surrounded by beaches, it is Gujarat’s most popular beach destination. The southern coast’s Nagoa Beach has much more to offer.

Diu’s known history began with the Maurya reign (c. 322–220 B.C.). Emperor Chandragupta Maurya had expanded his rule over Saurashtra and appointed Pushagupta as Governor of Saurashtra, establishing his headquarters in Girnar, near Junagadh. As Governor under Emperor Ashoka, Yavanraj Tushappa reigned over Saurashtra (c.273–237 B.C.). Emperor Ashoka dispatched Dhammarakhito, a Yavana Thero, as a preacher to the western coast, including Diu. From Ujjain, his successor Samprati appears to have controlled Saurashtra. In spreading Jainism, he built several Jain temples in the area. The Diu Jain traditions seem to have originated from this period. From 1546 to 1961, the region was ruled by the Portuguese.

The Union Territory has several tourist attractions, including Diu Fort, which is known for its architecture and heritage. Vanakbara is also a fascinating location, with colourful fishing boats and bustling daily life.

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Diu Fort

Diu Fort is a massive tower that ranks high on the tourist trail. The beautiful fort has a spectacular view of the beach. A jetty built on its northwest shore was previously used to connect with Gujarat’s Cambay, Broach, and Surat. The fort welcomes many tourists who want to witness its splendid architecture and heritage.

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Gangeshwar Temple

The Gangeshwar Temple, located amid peace and natural beauty, is devoted to Lord Shiva, the creator of the Hindu trinity. Its five Shiva Lingas (rocks shaped like Lord Shiva) are notable for being known to be erected by the Pandavas. The Shiva Lingas are constructed in the sea. Thus, visitors will only be able to catch a glimpse of the structures during low tides. Hence, tourists are encouraged to visit in the evenings.

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Nagoa Beach

Nagoa Beach’s coastline is nestled in Bucharwada Village’s Nagoa hamlet. It is known for its Hoka trees, which yield a special type of fruit. Its water activities and camel and pony rides are popular among visitors. The beach is flanked by gorgeous palm trees that sway in the cold wind, creating an exotic scene for visitors to relax in.

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Naida Caves

The Naida Caves were formed after the Portuguese conquered Diu and broke down pieces of a massive rock structure that they utilised for construction. However, the caves are acknowledged to be one of the most stunning sites that have existed since prehistoric times. The cracks in the rock let in light in unique formations, giving photographers the opportunity to take incredible shots of the tunnels.

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Panikota Fort

Once a former jail in Diu, the Panikota Fort can be found in the middle of the sea. If you really like history and historical architecture, this fort is a must-see attraction. Visitors who wish to see the structure up close will have to take a boat to reach Panikota Fort.

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St. Paul’s Church

St. Paul’s Church is the largest among the three operating Portuguese churches in Diu. Dedicated to Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, it was completed in 1601. Constructed in the baroque architectural style, the church is a must-visit when in Diu.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are no flights from Diu to Latur.

Travelling by rail from Pune to Latur is an option.

The aerial distance between Diu and Latur is 638 Km.

It depends on the airline. We recommend that passengers check the policies of the airlines they are travelling in before packing. For example, passengers on all domestic IndiGo flights can bring 7 Kg of hand luggage and 15 Kg of checked baggage.

The most convenient way to get from Diu to Latur is to travel from Rajkot Airport to Pune via flight and then travel to Latur by train.

The code of Diu airport is DIU, and the code of Latur Airport is LTU.

Can check Diu to Latur flight status from Adani’s one-stop portal.

Pune Airport is the nearest airport to Latur.

Tourists can visit the Ausa Fort, Nana Nani Park, Shri Ashtavinayak Temple, and Kharosa Caves, among other places.

Diu Fort, Nagoa Beach, Panikota Fort, Sunset Point, and Gangeshwar Temple are some popular spots in Diu.

The best time to visit Latur is from October to February.

November to February will be the best time to visit Diu.

Ghoghla Beach, Nagoa Beach, Chakratirth Beach, Jallandhar Beach, and Gomatimata Beach are the best beaches in Diu.

Latur is around 371 Km away from Pune Airport. You can travel by taxi or train to get to Latur.

You can take a taxi to Rajkot Airport from Diu.
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Airport Information

Latur Chincholirao Wadi, Chincholiraowadi, Maharashtra, 413531

Diu Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu 362570