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Gaya to Surat flights

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Are you looking for flights from Gaya to Surat? Adani One is a solution for all your flight ticket booking needs. You can book both your onward and return tickets. All you need to do is select the source and destination cities and your travel dates. An airfare calendar displays a list of the most convenient flights available at attractive prices. You get additional cashback and discounts when you book your round-trip tickets. Currently, connecting flights via New Delhi and Kolkata operate on the Gaya to Surat route. What are you waiting for? Book your flight tickets on Adani One now.

Flights from Gaya to Surat


About Surat Airport 

Surat Airport (IATA: STV) is a domestic airport located on Magdalla-Dumas Road about 20 km from the centre of the city. It serves Surat and other cities in southern Gujarat. The Airports Authority of India manages the Surat Airport. There is only one terminal in the Surat Airport, and it serves domestic flights only. It can handle 240 passengers, 120 each at arrival and departure bays. Facilities at the airport include baggage trolleys, wheelchair assistance, duty-free shops, a first-aid room, restaurants, and snack bars. The terminal is now being extended to include a state-of-the-art building, and it will be able to handle 1200 domestic and 600 international passengers during peak hours.

About Surat

Surat is in the western state of Gujarat in India. The city is located on the banks of the River Tapi, and it has a coast that is about 6 km long along the Arabian Sea. This helped Surat establish itself as a trade centre and thrive on the sea route during the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. Surat was an important trade link between India and other countries before the Bombay Port came into existence. It is one of the fastest-growing and most dynamic metropolitan cities in India. Surat is also famously known as the Diamond City and the Silk City. The diamond industry in Surat accounts for 90% of the world's overall rough diamond cutting and polishing. The city also contributes to about 40% of the country's man-made fabric and 28% of fibre production. Surat is one of the cleanest cities in India. The Portuguese and Dutch also established their business here, the remnants of which are still preserved.

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Dandi is a salt marsh located in the Dandi village, about 50 km from Surat. Dandi is historically significant because it was one of the sites where a prominent freedom initiative took place. Mahatma Gandhi started the famous Salt Satyagraha on Dandi Beach to protest the salt laws levied by the British. He took a handful of saline mud and salt water and produced salt as a symbol of protesting the British monopoly over salt production.

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Dumas Beach

Dumas Beach, located 21 km southwest of Surat is characterised by its black sand. The black colour is due to the high concentration of iron. The black sand gives an eerie experience, and hence, both locals and tourists visit the beach only during the day. People believe that the beach is haunted due to reported paranormal activities here. 

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Nature Park Sarathana

Nature Park Sarthana is located 10 km from the city. Spread across 81 acres, this zoo did not exist before 1984. It was set up by the Surat Municipal Corporation to ensure school and college students in Surat and surrounding villages get first-hand knowledge of wildlife. Conservation of endangered and extinct species is one of the primary objectives of this park. 

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Vansda National Park

This park is spread across 24 sq km. It is an open park and was formerly the private property of the royal family of Vansda. The park houses 450 species of plants. The trees in this park grow at a height of 120 feet. The canopy is so thick and dense that even sunlight cannot pass through some parts of the park. There are a variety of mammal species, including hyenas, leopards, chitals, barking deer, chausinghas, wild boars, macaques, flying squirrels, Indian flying foxes, and rusty-spotted cats.

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Hajira Village

Hajira Village is situated 20 km from Surat by the Arabian Sea. The village hosts a shipping port. It is also home to many renowned petrochemical projects in India. Hajira Beach is crystal clear and has many seashells to create an idyllic setting. Hajira has several hot water springs making the village a hub of health tourism because the water in these springs is believed to be rich in sulphur and thus has medicinal properties.

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Ambaji Niketan Temple

The Ambika Niketan Temple is located on the banks of the River Tapti. Late Smt. Bharati Maiya built the temple in 1969, and it is dedicated to Goddess Ashtabhuja Ambika. The statue of the deity is made of white stone. Navratri celebrations at this temple are exceptionally beautiful. You can also find the idols of Lord Shiva, Lord Lakshmi Narayan, Lord Ram, and Goddess Sita.


About Gaya Airport

Gaya Airport, also known as Bodh Gaya Airport, is spread over 954 acres (IATA, GAY, ICAO: VEGY). It is a public airport located 10.6 km from Bodh Gaya Temple. It is the second-busiest airport in Bihar. Only Air India operates flights from this airport to cities such as New Delhi, Kolkata, and Varanasi. It also operates seasonal pilgrimage flights from Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, and Thailand. There is only one terminal at this airport, and it can handle 250 passengers each in Arrivals and Departures. The Airports Authority of India is planning to develop this airport as a standby to the Kolkata Airport. Amenities offered by the airport include baggage services, a first-aid room, wheelchairs, duty-free shops, restaurants, and snack bars.

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About Gaya

Gaya is one of the main tourist attractions in the state of Bihar. It is one of the major pilgrim centres for Hindus, Jains, and Buddhists. The word Gaya comes from the word Gayasur, a demon in Hindu mythology. Gaya is located on the bank of the River Phalgu about 100 km from Patna, the capital city of Bihar. It is said to be the birthplace of Buddhism because Lord Buddha attained Nirvana or enlightenment under the Bodhi tree in Gaya. While Hindus come to Gaya to perform pind daan (an offering to the deceased during the funeral), the Jains throng to Gaya to visit the various Jain temples. Winter is ideal for a visit to Gaya, especially between October and February.

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Vishnupad Temple

This ancient temple was constructed in 1787 by Rani Ahilyabai, the queen of Indore. Located along the River Phalgu, the Vishnupad Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The eastern wing of the temple, however, is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple derives its name from the footprint of Lord Vishnu (Dharamshila) seen in this temple. The footprint is imprinted on a block of solid rock immured by a silver basin.

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The Great Buddha Statue

It is one of the tallest statues in India, standing at a height of 25 m. It depicts a meditating Buddha sitting on a giant lotus. Built using red granite and sandstone, the statue is a symbol of Bodh Gaya. It was unveiled in 1989 and the 14th Dalai Lama blessed the site.

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Thai Monastery

The monastery is located only 700 m from the Mahabodhi Temple. Thai Monastery in Bodhgaya is well-known for its curved roof made of exquisite gold tiles. There is a Thai Temple in the monastery. A 25-metre-high bronze statue of Buddha is also housed inside this monastery. The temple was established in 1956 by the Government of Thailand. Hence, the features of the temple are similar to that of the temples in Bangkok.

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Mahabodhi Temple

Mahabodhi Temple, also known as the Great Awakening Temple, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Bodhgaya. It is a Buddhist pilgrimage centre that marks the place where Lord Buddha attained enlightenment. The first temple was built by Emperor Ashoka back in the 3rd century BC. The present temples were built in the 5th and 6th centuries. The temple is situated east of the Mahabodhi tree.

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Barabar Caves

These caves are the oldest rock-cut caves in India and belong to the Mauryan period. These caves were used by the monks belonging to the Ajivika sect. There are a total of seven caves and are located on the twin hills of Barabar and Nagarjuni. They are carved out of granite and are stellar examples of architectural marvels of ancient India.

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Bodhi Tree

Bodhi Tree is located 125 km south of Patna. It is an integral part of Bodhgaya due to its religious significance in Buddhism. Gautama Buddha is believed to have attained enlightenment here. The current Bodhi tree is the fifth successor of the original tree. There are many intricately carved stupas, chaityas, and several statues of Buddha surrounding the tree.

Frequently Asked Questions

The shortest flight from Gaya to Surat takes 5 hours and 45 minutes.

Approximately eight flights operate between Gaya and Surat every day. 

IndiGo frequently operates flights on the Gaya to Surat route

Most business classes offer additional sleeping space. 

Different airlines have different rules about carrying food items on flights. Please check individual airline policies for information on carrying food items. In general, you can carry dry food items that are solid or semi-liquid that are properly packed and spill-proof. 

Passengers can usually carry up to 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of check-in luggage on an economy-class flight. Air India flights allow 8 kg of cabin baggage and 20 kg of check-in luggage. The luggage limit varies from airline to airline and the class of travel. Please check the baggage rules of your respective airline before travelling. 

Yes, there are many duty-free shops at the Gaya Airport

Regular bus services connect various points in Surat to the airport. Passengers can also take taxis to and from the airport terminal. 

Yes, passengers may use airport check-in or web check-in for their Gaya to Surat flight. 

This varies depending on the airline since each has different rules and restrictions. Passengers can go to the customer service portal, where they can find instructions for cancelling the tickets and information about cancellation charges. 

Gaya is an interesting tourist destination that houses tourist spots suitable for all kinds of travellers. You will find many places in Gaya that offer unique experiences unrelated to religion and spirituality.  

Yes. Adani One offers discounts and cashback deals on many flight routes in India. Visit Adani One and look for the flights you need using the Search feature on the platform. You will get a list of flights, and any offers available on these flights will also be displayed on the platform
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Airport Information

Surat Surat - Dumas Rd, Gaviyer, Surat, Gujarat 395007

Gaya Airport Road, Gaya, Bihar ,823004