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Goa to Kolkata Flights

Goa International Airport, or Dabolim Airport (GOI), is situated in the city of Dabolim, about 30 Km from Panaji in the state of Goa. This international airport connects the city with major and minor locations, including Kolkata, Mumbai, Bengaluru, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Manchester, London, Sharjah, etc.

Kolkata’s Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport is the main aviation hub for Northeastern India.

Approximately 26 flights operate between Goa and Kolkata every day. IndiGo and SpiceJet offer direct (non-stop) flights, and the other connecting flights from the Dabolim Airport in Goa mostly operate via Hyderabad, Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, and Jaipur.

Flights from Goa to Kolkata


About Kolkata Airport

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, also known as the Kolkata International Airport, is situated at Jessore Road in Kolkata, about 15 km from the city centre. It is one of the oldest airports in India, spread over 1641 acres with a single integrated terminal. This terminal operates both domestic and international flights.

Domestic carriers, like Alliance Air, AirAsia India, Go First, SpiceJet, and IndiGo operate flights from Kolkata Airport. As the primary aviation hub for northeastern India and the only international airport in West Bengal, the Kolkata International Airport handles around 10 million passengers annually. This figure is only growing.

The airport offers various facilities, such as free public Wi-Fi, ATMs, currency exchange, luggage storage, medical services, duty-free stores, a spa, restaurants and snack bars, a smoking zone, lounges, a baby care room, disability assistance, wheelchairs and golf carts, and retiring rooms. There are several modes of transport from the airport to the city. You can catch a bus, taxi, train, or metro to reach the city or pre-book a car or taxi for more convenience.

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About Kolkata

Kolkata, the capital city of West Bengal is one of India's most beautiful metropolitan cities. It is famous for its culture, literature, music and more. It is easy to fall in love with Kolkata's heritage, people, food, and culture. Moreover, the blend of Indian and Western traditions has redefined the city.

Home to authors such as Rabindranath Tagore and Bankim Chandra Chatterjee, Kolkata is well known for its art galleries, museums, and palaces. It is also famous for its cuisine, especially seafood and desserts. Sweets like Misti Doi and Rosogolla and local food such as pucka and churmuri are delicacies you must try on your visit to Kolkata.

Visiting Kolkata during Durga Puja will give you memories for a lifetime. Artistic pandals are set up, and the city comes together to celebrate the victory of Goddess Durga over Demon Mahishasura.

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Located on the banks of the Hooghly River, the Dakshineswar Kali Temple is a famous Hindu temple situated in Dakshineswar, a suburb on the banks of Ganga near the city of Kolkata. It was built in the year 1855 by Rani Rashmoni of Bengal. The temple is popularly known for its association with Ramakrishna Paramhans and Ma Sarada Devi, two famous 19th-century mystics whose disciples included Swami Vivekananda. It is constructed in the nine spires style or the Navratna style of Bengal architecture. The Kalighat temple is another well-known place of pilgrimage situated in the heart of Kolkata. Since it was built and opened much before independence, the temple's architecture holds a historical touch as well. Kalighat is also famous among pilgrims because it is considered a Shakti Peetha, one of the 51 locations where it is believed that Goddess Sati’s body parts had fallen. The best time to visit these two popular spots of pilgrimage in and near Kolkata is during winter, when the weather in the city is pleasant.

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Science City

The largest such facility in the Indian subcontinent, the Science City, was inaugurated on July 1, 1997. It is located in Kolkata and is managed by the Ministry of Culture, National Council of Science Museums (NCSM), Government of India. Over the years, the place has evolved as a major tourist attraction among India's people and international travellers. Science city is not only a popular place among students and those who visit the place for educational purposes, it is a great experience for people from age groups. The major attractions involve the butterfly nursery, 3D theatre, and musical fountain. The entry ticket for each person is Rs 60. The entry ticket to the space theatre and dark ride is Rs 80 and 40, respectively. The best time to visit the place is during winters. During your visit to the Science City, you also get the chance to know about the latest as well as historical experiments and innovations in the field of science. Several schools and colleges also plan educational trips to Science City.

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Howrah Bridge

The Howrah Bridge is one of the most magnificent landmarks of Kolkata, India. It was not very famous back in the days when it was commissioned; however, over the years, it has evolved into a major tourist destination spot, managing to impress millions of visitors every year. The sunset and sunrise views from the Howrah Bridge are an experience in itself. The bridge handles more than 27,400 vehicles and 12,100 pedestrians every day. It can carry the weight of 60,000 vehicles. The picturesque view of the bridge, especially at night, draws a lot of crowds. So, if you're a photography enthusiast, amazing clicks of the Howrah Bridge are best captured during the winter months or the monsoon season.

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St. Paul’s Cathedral

When in Kolkata, a visit to St. Paul’s Cathedral becomes a cultural imperative. This is on account of its intricate architecture as well as its existence as an architectural marvel of colonial times. The magnificent St. Paul’s Cathedral is painted in white and appears dreamlike when looked at from a distance. It has undergone several renovations but its beauty remains intact. The architectural design of St. Paul’s Cathedral is inspired by the Indo-Gothic style. The bricks that were used to build this structure were light in weight yet extremely durable. The building’s exterior is coated with fine lime and stucco. You can sit here and experience peace even in the midst of the hustle-bustle of the city.

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Eden Garden

Eden Garden is no less than a pilgrimage for Indian cricket lovers. It is also called "The Lords of Indian Subcontinent". With a seating capacity of 68,000, the stadium is one of the largest cricket stadiums in the world. Visitors can enter the stadium after obtaining a permit from the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) or during the match with a ticket.

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Park Street

Park Street is one of the major access routes in Kolkata. The street starts from the very famous Chowringhee Road and stretches till the Park Circus crossing. This street seems to be perpetually crowded and buzzing with activity. Park Street offers ample opportunities to grab delicious snacks, indulge in shopping, and sip on drinks. Some of the most iconic restaurants such as Mocambo, Peter Cat, Waldorf, and Oasis are located here. Park Street is beautifully decorated using lights, colours, and other decorative items during festivities such as Diwali, Christmas, and New Year's Eve. If you're someone who wants to experience the life of locals and live like one of them, a visit to Park Street can do it all at one go. There are several prominent landmarks on the street such as The Park Hotel, Asiatic Society, and St. Xavier's School.


About Goa Airport

Goa International Airport, or Dabolim Airport (GOI), is situated in the city of Dabolim, about 25 Km away from Panaji in the state of Goa. The Dabolim Airport has 1 integrated terminal for handling domestic and international passengers. It connects the city with major national and international locations, including Manchester, London, Sharjah, Bengaluru, Mumbai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, etc.

The airport offers various services like currency exchange, ATMs, food services, baggage trolleys, an information desk, a smoking room, duty-free shops, domestic shopping facilities, coffee and tea shops, a bar, restaurants, and much more. Moreover, it is well connected to the rest of Goa. So, passengers arriving in Goa may avail of many convenient modes of transport, including buses, railways, taxis, and others.

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About Goa

Once ruled by the Portuguese, Goa embraces a unique culture today. Travellers can witness the city's unique blend of Portuguese and Indian customs and culture. Located in southwest India, this tiny state is renowned for its heritage structures, exotic beaches, tropical landscape, and cultural diversity. Moreover, the luxurious nightlife and party-friendly atmosphere make Goa a perfect vacation destination for tourists.

From exploring the 17th-century Portuguese fort, Fort Aguada, to enjoying water sports, this tropical paradise caters to all tastes. Furthermore, souvenir jewellery and handicrafts made from coconut skins and shells are quite popular for home decor, jewellery, frames, etc. The city is also famous for its vibrant festivals like Goa Sunburn Festival, Sao Joao Festival, Goa Carnival, etc. Furthermore, some famous delicacies are local street food like Fish Thali, Pork Vindaloo, Frankies, Ros Omelette, and Chops.

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Aguada Fort

With a history that dates back to over 400 years, Fort Aguada is a massive citadel that arguably defines the landscape of Goa. Located at Candolim, the fort also has a lighthouse that is situated on Sinquerim Beach, which is a very popular tourist destination. It is also a protected structure as designated by the Archeological Survey of India. Fort Aguada stands tall, overlooking the sea, which allows visitors to witness the mesmerizing views of the Arabian Sea and other nearby areas. The place is truly the epitome of Portuguese architecture and heritage, though most of the fort now is in ruins. It also makes for some stunning photographs, as the sunset here is one truly worth seeing. It is a fair distance from the city centre and is a good 1-hour trek from the nearest road. Want to visit Fort Aguada? Make sure you visit during October and November.

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Basilica of Bom Jesus

Basilica of Bom Jesus, is very important Roman Catholic church located just 10 Km from Panjim city in Goa. It is a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site and is well over 400 years old, making it one of the oldest churches in the country. It is an imposing structure that is one of the most iconic buildings in Goa. It is a pilgrimage destination and a very popular tourist site too. The body of St. Francis Xavier is held here. The body has not been treated or embalmed and has shown very little signs of decay over the past centuries. The body is preserved in a silver casket at the church and is brought for display every ten years. The church is a fine example of a blend of Portuguese and baroque styles of architecture. It is regarded to be one of the Seven Wonders of the World of Portuguese origin. The floor of the church is made of marble and is inlaid with various precious stones. Various relics are also displayed across this massive church that has stood the test of time. The site is well connected by road, with various private taxis operating here.

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Butterfly Beach

As the name suggests, Butterfly Beach is home to a wide variety of butterflies. During low tides, the entire beach is crawling with crabs and has goldfish all around. A little way off from the Palolem beach in South Goa. The beach is semi-circle in shape and the hilltop is where the butterflies live. The water is very clear and the beach too is among the more beautiful and cleaner beaches in Goa. The shallow waters here are also visited very often by schools of dolphins. This little piece of paradise provides you with solitude that is almost unimaginable in the tourist hub that Goa is. To reach here, you can either take a boat from Palolem or choose the challenging forest hike. Even if you do not delight in the sight of the water, the place offers the most stunning sunset views, making it a must-visit place for those seeking to explore the hidden gems of Goa.

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Divar Island

Divar Island, also known as the Divide, is located in the Mandovi river in the Indian state of Goa. It is located 10 km from Panjim city. Many call this place a slice of heaven, while others feel it is the epitome of beauty. The island is well connected with Old Goa. Divar Island can be described as old churches, closed gates, lush green spaces, clean, empty narrow roads, ancient structures, and Portuguese-style architecture. And, as you get into the details of the place, it is almost like a visual delight for everyone. You can choose to board a ferry which takes around 10 minutes to drop you at the main Divar Island. The place is empty, adorned with a massive lake in the middle. Kids can go for a quick bicycle ride, whereas adults can choose to spend time alone away from the city's hustle. One can also take a walk on roads with a canopy of trees on two sides. So, next time you decide to take a quick trip to Goa, make sure you visit Divar Island.

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Frequently Asked Questions

IndiGo has the highest number of flights from Goa to Kolkata.

Approximately 26 flights operate from Goa to Kolkata weekly.

One direct flight operates daily from Goa to Kolkata, offered by IndiGo and SpiceJet.

The code for the Dabolim International Airport in Goa is GOI. Kolkata's Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport has the IATA code CCU.

Different airlines have different rules about carrying food items on flights. Please check the airline's policy for more information on carrying food items during travel from Goa to Kolkata. In general, you can carry dry food items. However, your food should be properly packed and spill-proof.

You can check your Goa to Kolkata flight booking status on the airline's website.

Approximately 26 flights operate from Goa to Kolkata daily.

The first flight from Goa to Kolkata is IndiGo; it departs at 12:50 am.

The last flight from Goa to Kolkata is IndGo, which departs at 10:00 pm.

The minimum flying time from Goa to Kolkata is 2 hours and 40 minutes.

The popular airlines that offer flights from Goa to Kolkata are IndiGo, Air India, Go First, SpiceJet, and Vistara.

Contact the customer care of your travel agency or the airline to change your Goa to Kolkata flight booking. You can also make changes through the relevant website or mobile app.

Yes! Many duty-free shops at the Dabolim International Airport, including stores selling cosmetics, chocolates, perfumes, and liquor.
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Airport Information

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

Goa Goa Dabolim International Airport Dabolim, Goa 403801