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Gaya to Pondicherry Flights

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There are no direct flights between Gaya and Pondicherry. However, you can avail connecting flights with layover stops at Kolkata. You can also board a connecting flight from Gaya to Chennai with a layover stop in Kolkata and then take a bus or train to Pondicherry.

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Flights from Gaya to Pondicherry


About Pondicherry Airport

Pondicherry Airport (IATA code: PNY) is the only airport in Pondicherry, a union territory of India. The airport is situated in Lawspet. The terminal has several cafes and restaurants that provide good food. There are also many services offered to travellers, such as drinking water, pre-booked taxis and free Wi-Fi. You can reach Pondicherry Airport from the city by taking a shuttle or taxi. There are regular transport services you can avail yourself to get to Pondicherry Airport.

About Pondicherry

Pondicherry is a unique city boasting a confluence of Indian, French, Dutch and Portuguese cultures and traditions. Pondicherry was a French settlement until 1954.

The fertile delta of Kaveri in south Pondicherry is one of India's most important rice-producing areas. The city is filled with artesian wells, making conditions easier for large-scale irrigation for crops like rice, cotton, groundnuts and sugarcane. Pondicherry is also a hub for manufacturing electronic goods, paper, textiles and lumber. The entire area comprises 300 villages and hamlets.

The internationally recognised Sri Aurobindo Ashram and its subsidiaries, collectively known as Auroville, are just north of the city and draw numerous tourists and spiritual devotees. Pondicherry is home to French-styled houses draped with bougainvillaea. It’s also home to numerous churches and vividly coloured cafes.

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Aurobindo Ashram

It’s located in the white town of Pondicherry and is named after the freedom fighter Aurobindo Ghosh. It aims to help people lead simple and healthy lives. It also houses a library, with a large collection of books about spirituality. The ashram, founded in 1926, attracts lakhs of travellers annually from around the globe. The ashram has more than 400 small blocks inside the compound, managed by the ashram trust. The trust has also started many schools and other institutions.

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Auroville is also known as the Universal Town. It’s a global township whose concept is based on creating a place where men and women from various countries can live in peace and harmony.

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Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

This church is one of the 21 basilicas of India and is situated on the South Boulevard of Pondicherry. Tourists generally visit the church to witness its Gothic architecture. You can also participate in various festivals and celebrations on particular days of the year.

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Arikamedu is an ancient ruin and proof of India’s connection to Rome in ancient times. It is situated on the banks of the river Ariyankuppam. Archaeological artefacts have revealed India’s erstwhile trade links with the Roman Empire. Arikamedu can be accessed by road.

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Paradise Beach

Also known as Plage Paradiso, this is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Pondicherry. The beach is mesmerising in its beauty and a perfect place to relax and click stunning photos. If you’re a bird lover, you will find some rare bird species in their natural habitat here.

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Promenade Beach

This beach is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Pondicherry. It stretches for almost 1.2 km and has several landmarks that depict the city’s history. The statue of Joan of Arc, Old Heritage Hall and Gandhi’s statue are located near the beach.


About Gaya Airport

Gaya Airport (IATA Code: GAY), more popularly known as Bodhgaya Airport, is a civilian operational airport serving the town of Gaya situated in the Indian state of Bihar. Gaya Airport is the second most busy airport in Bihar after Patna International Airport.

This airport manages flights that transport Buddhist devotees and pilgrims from various countries such as Thailand, Myanmar, Bhutan, etc. The airport terminal is spread over 7500 square metres and can accomodate a maximum of 250 ingoing and outgoing commuters. There are also many services offered to travellers, such as drinking water, pre-booked taxis and free Wi-Fi. You can reach Gaya Airport from the city by taking a shuttle or taxi. You can avail of regular transport services to get to Gaya Airport.

About Gaya

The city of Gaya is believed to have gotten its name from a demon called Gayasur, who Lord Vishnu killed in a duel. Gaya is enveloped by hills on three sides and lies along the Phalgu river on its eastern side. This is a city that has had immense importance historically. The city is a pilgrimage place and is often visited by thousands of Buddhists and Hindus. It has also been mentioned in Indian epics like the Ramayana and Mahabharata. Gaya is also one of the holiest Buddhist pilgrimage destinations.

It is also believed that Gautama Budhha attained enlightenment in Bodh Gaya. The Mahabodhi Temple in Bodh Gaya is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Gaya is well-connected to various parts of India through air, rail, and road.

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Barabar Caves

These caves date back to the third century BC. They are the oldest rock-cut caves in the area. Most of these caves have inscriptions of both Hindu and Buddhist scriptures. The historical importance makes these caves a must-visit during your trip to Gaya.

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Mahabodhi Temple

This temple is a major attraction for travellers visiting Gaya. It was constructed around the Bodhi Tree, where Buddha is said to have attained enlightenment in the 7th century. Initially, King Ashoka built a temple here, but it was later rebuilt. The architecture and natural beauty of this place will soothe your mind.

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Thai Monastery

This monastery is one of the major attractions of Gaya. The monastery has roofs that are covered by golden tiles; it also houses a bronze Buddha statue and a 25-metre-long statue. The main aim behind constructing this temple is to spread the teachings of Lord Buddha throughout India. The monastery also organises several retreats in which you can participate to find peace and gratitude within yourself while sitting in silence.

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Vishnupad Temple

This temple contains what is believed to be the footprints of Lord Vishnu. Within the complex of the temple, there are other sites dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Narsimha.

Frequently Asked Questions

The IATA code of Gaya Airport is GAY, and the IATA code for Pondicherry is PNY.

Gaya Airport is also known as Bodhgaya Airport. It’s 5 km from the city of Gaya.

You can take autos, taxis or a public bus from Pondicherry city to the airport.

Yes, Pondicherry Airport is functional.

No, Pondicherry is a Union Territory of India.

Gaya is said to be the place where Budhha attained enlightenment.

The quickest way to reach Pondicherry from Gaya is by availing a flight to Chennai and then travelling to Pondicherry by bus or train.

The Pondicherry Airport is also known as Puducherry Airport.

There are numerous cashback offers by various banks and other discounts and services available while booking tickets on the Adani flight booking platform.

The weather of Pondicherry is pleasant after the monsoon season. You can visit Pondicherry anytime from October to March.

No, cell phones are not permitted within the premises of the temples in Gaya.

Yes, Pondicherry has two surfing schools - Kallialay Surf School and Mother Ocean Surf School near Serenity beach.

You can explore the French colony in one day.

Yes, and there is no entry fee either. However, you will have to adhere to the visiting hours.
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Airport Information

Pondicherry Lawspet, Puducherry, 605008

Gaya Airport Road, Gaya, Bihar ,823004