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Hyderabad to Jamshedpur Flights

Are you looking for Hyderabad to Jamshedpur flights? Adani One will provide you with a comprehensive airfare schedule to help you choose the best option. All major airlines, like IndiGo, Go First, Air India, and AirAsia, are listed on the platform, so you may choose your preferred carrier. What’s more, flight offers and discounts are updated regularly to help you get maximum value for your money.

Jamshedpur Airport is currently not operational, so you will have to catch a flight to Ranchi Airport, about 150 km from Jamshedpur. The most convenient way to reach Jamshedpur from Hyderabad is to take a flight from Hyderabad to Ranchi’s Birsa Munda Airport and then take a cab to Jamshedpur.

More than 10 flights are available from Hyderabad Airport to Birsa Munda Airport daily, of which 1 flight is non-stop. The flights are offered by carriers like AirAsia, IndiGo, Vistara and Go Air, and the flight duration depends upon the flight you choose. Adani One will show you a selection of the cheapest flights to assist you in finding the best deal. While booking tickets on the platform, do check out the available air ticket deals, cashback offers, and discounts. Visit Adani One to book tickets today!

Flights from Hyderabad to Jamshedpur


About Ranchi Airport

Ranchi Airport (IATA: IXR), officially known as Birsa Munda Airport, is the main airport serving Ranchi. It was named after Birsa Munda, the Indian tribal freedom fighter. It is located 7 km from the city centre and is maintained by the Airports Authority of India.

Ranchi Airport has a single terminal dedicated to domestic flights. The terminal can handle 125 arriving and departing passengers. Several facilities are provided at the airport for the convenience of passengers, like free trolleys, ATMs, cash machines, first aid, assistance for disabled/elderly passengers, lost and found baggage services, car rental services and pre-paid taxi services.

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About Jamshedpur

Jamshedpur, also known as Tatanagar, is the capital of Jharkhand. Jamshedpur is one of India's cleanest cities and is regarded as one of the finest-designed cities in India. It was chosen as a ‘UN Global Compact City’ due to its excellent quality of life, high hygiene standards, and good quality infrastructure.

The idea of modern-day Jamshedpur was conceptualised by renowned industrialist Jamshedji Tata. He set up the industrial plant for Tata Iron and Steel in Jamshedpur. After his demise, his son Dorabji Tata relayed his legacy and expanded the business. It led to the formation of Sakchi city, which was later renamed Jamshedpur.

Jamshedpur has a multi-ethnic population, as it attracts a lot of migrants. Due to its diversity, the city hosts several festivals like the Bakutamma from Andhra Pradesh, Durga Puja from West Bengal, Dandiya from Gujarat, and Pongal from Tamil Nadu, among others. Each celebration is celebrated with such pomp and grandeur that it appears native to the city! Moreover, due to its multicultural population, several languages are spoken in the city, including Bengali, Hindi, English, Santali, and Ho.

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Dimna Lake

Located just 13 km from Jamshedpur, it is surrounded by beautiful green views, and tourists can reach this place by driving through the hills. It is at the foothills of Dalma Hills and is a popular picnic spot visited by the locals. The entire town gets its water supply from this lake.

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Bhuvaneshwari Temple

This temple is located at the height of 500 m near the Kharangajhar market. At this shrine of Maa Bhubaneswari, you will notice idols of other deities, including Lord Krishna, Lord Shiva, etc. You get to experience the panoramic view of the city from this location.

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Jubilee Park

Jubilee Park, a 225-acre park, is one of the most significant tourist attractions in the city. The design of the park is inspired by Mysore’s Vrindavan Garden, and its highlights include a three-coloured fountain, Smriti Udyan, Rose Garden, Foliage Park and Tata Steel Zoological Park.


About Hyderabad Airport

The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (IATA: HYD) is located 22 km south of Hyderabad, near Shamshabad. The airport was opened on March 23, 2008, to replace Begumpet Airport, Hyderabad's only civilian airport.

Hyderabad Airport has two terminals and one cargo terminal. It has 46 immigration counters, 96 check-in desks, and 19 self-check-in kiosks. The airport has many amenities, such as check-in desks, immigration checkpoints, luggage handling systems, 24-hour pharmacy service, paramedic facilities, and complimentary Wi-Fi. For business travellers, additional upscale VIP and business lounges are available at the airport.

There are several ways to commute between the airport and the city. The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) and the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation operate the Pushpak Airport Liner luxury bus service (TSRTC). These air-conditioned buses connect the airport to several important locations in the city and are a cost-effective transportation option.

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About Hyderabad

Hyderabad is the capital and largest city of Telangana. It is situated on the banks of the Musi River and is surrounded by hills and artificial lakes. Historians say Hyderabad was previously known as 'Bagh Nagar,' which means ‘city of gardens'. It was later renamed ‘Hyderabad’, which means ‘Haydar's City’ or ‘Lion’s City. Hyderabad is a historical city that has evolved into one of India's most developed metro regions.

Hyderabad attracts millions of visitors annually. Tourists love visiting the city's lakes, national parks, zoos and historical structures. The city is also well-known for its rich native cuisine. While the most famous preparation of Hyderabad is Hyderabadi Biryani, other famous local delights include Irani tea and Karachi Biscuits.

Hyderabad has a diverse religious population. Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, and Buddhism are the major faiths followed in the city. Owing to its multicultural population, Hyderabad has four official languages: Hindi, Urdu, Telugu, and English.

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Birla Mandir 

It is a stunning white marble temple located atop a hill to the south of Hussain Sagar Lake. It offers mesmerising views of the lake. Moreover, it boasts ornate architecture similar to South Indian and Oriya temples.

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Charminar, a landmark in the centre of Hyderabad, immediately comes to mind when you think of the city. Mohammed Quli Qutub Shah built this monument in 1591. Featuring the Cazia style of architecture, Charminar rises 48.7 metres high and has four minarets.

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Golconda Fort 

The name of the word is derived from the words ‘Golla’ and ‘Konda’, which mean ‘Shepherd's Hill’. It was built under the rule of the Yadavas in the 13th century. Several other dynasties, including Qutb Shahis, Bahmanis, Kakatiyas, and Mughals, also ruled from this fort.

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Hussain Sagar Lake 

Hussain Sagar Lake is the biggest artificial lake in Asia and connects the twin cities of Secunderabad and Hyderabad. It was built around 1562 AD under Ibrahim Quli Qutub Shah's rule. A 16-metre-tall Buddha statue located in the centre of the lake is its highlight. You can also engage in several activities at the lake, like boating, skiing, cruising, parasailing, and boating.

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Makkah Masjid

The mosque is around 400 years old and was built by Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah, the founder of Hyderabad. The king himself laid the foundation stone of the mosque and built the entire city around this religious building.

Frequently Asked Questions

The IATA code of Hyderabad Airport is HYD.

The IATA code of Birsa Munda airport is IXR.

There are approximately 10 flights between these airports daily. However, flight schedules change frequently, so it is recommended to check the latest information on Adani One.

The shortest flight time is 1 hour and 50 minutes. However, flight schedules change frequently, so it is recommended to check the latest information on Adani One.

Jamshedpur has an airport, but it only serves chartered flights of the Tata Group.

Yes, passengers arriving at Birsa Munda Airport can easily find private and shared cabs at the airport.

The address of Jamshedpur Airport is Airport Road, Sonari, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand 831011.

The address of Hyderabad Airport is Shamshabad, Hyderabad, Telangana 500409.

The city was formerly known as Bagh Nagar, which means ‘city of gardens’.

It is named after the great entrepreneur Jamshetji Tata.

There are many duty-free shops at Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport.

The weight limit varies based on the airline and travel class. Please read your airline's baggage policies before checking in at the airport.

It is called ‘Mini Mumbai’ owing to its cosmopolitan lifestyle, expanding industries, and flourishing business.

Please refer to your airline's policy for information on carrying food on your flight.

No, you can also get it at the airport. However, it is preferable to do it online in advance because it would save you time when boarding.