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Hyderabad to Kozhikode Flights

If you are looking for a Hyderabad to Kozhikode flight, there are many options to choose from. Two prominent airlines currently offer direct and indirect flights between Hyderabad to Kozhikode - Air India and IndiGo. Out of the two, only Indigo airlines operate one direct flight every day. The total flight time taken by Indigo non-stop flights between Hyderabad & Kozhikode is 2h 15min. Indirect flights involve more travel time, and usually cost less than direct flights. The aerial distance from Hyderabad to Kozhikode is approximately 741 km.

Flights from Hyderabad to Kozhikode


About Kozhikode Airport

Kozhikode airport is known as Calicut International airport or Karipur airport and serves Kerala's Malappuram and Kozhikode cities. It is situated in Karipur, 28 km away from Kozhikode city centre. The airport has one domestic terminal with one level and an international terminal with two levels. To reach nearby locations from the airport, you can avail of bus transport. Taxis are also available and can help you reach the city centre in 40 minutes. There are rickshaws and car rentals too.

About Kozhikode

Kozhikode is also known as Calicut and is a famous South Indian city. Classified as a Tier 2 city by the Government of India, it is the second-largest metropolitan city in Kerala. Kozhikode is home to numerous temples and magnificent beaches. This is an exciting town with various places of tourist interest and authentic Malabar cuisine. You can enjoy different water sports at Kappad beach, where there is a stone memorial marking the arrival of Vasco Da Gama in 1498.

Kozhikode is a multi-ethnic and multi-religious town. The Hindus form the majority religious group, followed by Muslims and Christians. The economy of Kozhikode mainly depends on agriculture, fisheries and the timber industry. Kozhikode is the main centre for exporting tea, coffee, coconut, and spices.

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Located beside the Chaliyar River, approximately 10 Km from the city of Kozhikode in Kerala, Beypore Beach is a perfect place to learn about the history and heritage of the state. In the past, It had served as an important trading and maritime centre, with traders visiting from China, West Asia and later, Europe. One of the key attractions is the existence of a 1500 years old shipbuilding tradition. With its scenic ambience, large lengths of golden beaches, and intriguing coconut palms swaying gently in the cold wind, this picturesque beach is like a treasure of peace and calm. Ideal for a peaceful getaway, the beach comes with adventurous water sports activities and an amazing beachfront, perfect for strolling.

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Famous for its trekking trails and boating, Kakkayam Dam is a popular tourist spot in Kozhikode. The dam site is small and secluded and offers a peaceful environment to its visitors. The waterfalls and trekking trails littered in the areas around the dam site are great to explore with friends. You can also take a boat ride on the lake, which provides a stunning view of the dam and the dense forests that line the edges of the water body. A diverse variety of flora and fauna inhabit the surrounding area. Kakkayam Dam is the perfect place to go picnicking in Kozhikode.

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Kappad Beach 

Kerala’s paradise, Kappad Beach, is a perfect place for people looking to relax and enjoy nature. It is situated 16 km away from Kozhikode town. The place includes breathtaking blossoms of nature, including unique rocks, coconut trees, and an 800-year-old temple. Also, the highlight of the place is soul relaxing glimpses of the Arabian Sea. Moreover, the place is also well-known as ‘Kappakadavu beach.’ It is believed that Kappad beach is the first place where the great explorer, Vasco-da-gamma, landed in India for the first time in the year 1498. Beach features the statue of the same, which has the inscription of ‘Vasco-da-Gama landed here’. If you’re looking to take some time to relieve stress and rejuvenate, a visit to Kappad Beach in Kozhikode is what you need. Besides, Kappad Beach is one of the eight Indian beaches that have been awarded Blue Flag certification.

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Kozhikode Beach 

Located about 3 km from the Kozhikode railway station, Kozhikode Beach is in the Calicut district of Kerala, India. It is one of the most recognised landmarks in colonial history as it was where Vasco-da-Gama had first landed, thus bringing to existence the legendary Spice Route, the pride of colonial India. Tourists and locals flock to the beach in the morning and evening to witness the enchanting visuals of sunrise and sunset from the beach. If you visit the beach, make sure you go to one of the tattukadas or street food stands to eat mussels, a popular delicacy in the area. The beach also has a lighthouse over a century old, a marine water aquarium, and a park nearby.

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King Mana Vikrama built this artificial pond in the centre of Kozhikode in the 14th Century. Fueled by a natural spring, the pond was devised to be a bathing pool for the ruler. The area surrounding the tank has now been transformed into a park with trees, plants, and grass. The entry archway, guarded by Tipu Sultan's cannons, and the antique structures around Mananchira Square contribute to maintaining this antique beauty. The park's main attractions include an artificial hill, an open-air theatre, sculptures and a musical fountain. The public library established inside the park blends well with the ambient environment.

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Thusharagiri Falls 

The scenic Thusharagiri Waterfalls, nestled in the valleys of the Western Ghats, are 50 km from Kozhikode. The falls include Erattumukku, Mazhavil Chattom, and Thumbithullum Para, which may be accessed by hiking. The lovely, shimmering canopy generated at the valley's summit owing to the cascades is known as Thusharagiri, or "mist-capped peaks." The scenery will transfer you to another realm where reality on its own will grind to a halt. It's also a good idea to take a plunge in the cold spring to refresh your physical and mental health. The route to the waterfall is filled with the fragrances of ginger, pepper, and herbs from the plantations around the falls.


About Hyderabad Airport

Hyderabad airport is in Shamshabad and is known as Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. It is one of the busiest airports and a hub for various airlines such as Alliance Air, SpiceJet, Lufthansa Cargo, Blue Dart Aviation, IndiGo, Vistara, Go Air, Air India, Air Asia India and TruJet. This airport has a single terminal, handling all domestic and international flights. There is a special Hajj terminal too for passengers on Hajj pilgrimage. After landing at the airport, you can use bus transport or hire a taxi to reach the city centre in 20 minutes. There are rickshaws available too, for travelling to nearby areas.

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About Hyderabad

Hyderabad is a major city in the Deccan region and is known as the City of Pearls. It is known for its rich history and is a beautiful place with various tourist attractions. Currently, it is a trade hub and a key international centre for information technology. There are gardens, parks, lakes, resorts, heritage monuments, museums and other popular attractions. Various restaurants offer local delicacies, so you can relish the cuisine of Hyderabad during your tour. Make sure you try the city’s signature biryani when you visit.

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Charminar translates to four minarets. The Charminar is located in the heart of the city. The architecture of the minaret is eloquent in every possible way. It was built by Quli Qutub Shah in 1591 and it remains one of the best places to see in Hyderabad. The monument has become a symbol of Hyderabad around the world and is one of India’s most well-known structures. It has also been legally integrated as the Telangana Emblem. For more than 425 years, the Charminar has housed a mosque on its top floor. While historically and religiously significant, it is also recognised for the surrounding bustling local markets. As the city’s primary mosque—Makkah Masjid—is just across the road, the Charminar is also the site of many holiday celebrations, such as Eid-ul-Adha and Eid al-Fitr.

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Golkonda Fort

The Golconda fort is situated in the western part of Hyderabad and was originally named Mankal and was built in the 12th century. Later, during the rule of the Bahmani dynasty, it was fortified and served as a capital for both the Bahmani and its successor, the Qutub Shahi dynasty.

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Mecca Masjid

Sultan Muhammad Qutb Shah began construction on the Mecca Masjid in 1614, and it was finished by Aurangzeb in 1693. This mosque, made from native granite, is not only the largest in Hyderabad but also one of India’s biggest. The tombs of all the Nizams dating back to 1803 are shown in the arched gallery. As per historical records, Sultan Muhammad Qutub invited many religious elders to lay the foundation stone, but when no one volunteered, he did it himself. He also never missed the midnight prayer. Regarding the mehrab, there is a high barrier wall on the west side. It features two massive octagonal columns made from a single block of granite. This, in turn, is capped by an arched gallery with a dome on top.

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Ramoji Film City

Ramoji Film City, a film studio near Film Nagar, will transport you to another universe. It can be reached via bus or cab. Many tours and travel companies offer transportation from various locations in Hyderabad to Ramoji Film City. The film studio complex lies in Hyderabad’s Hayathnagar neighbourhood. Ramoji Film City is a big integrated film studio that was built in 1996 on about 2,000 acres of land and is recognised by the Guinness World Records as the “World’s Largest Studio Complex”. It is also a major tourist destination and entertainment centre, attracting over 1.5 million visitors each year. Mr. Ramoji Rao, a Telugu film producer who had always wanted to develop a studio similar to Universal Studios in Hollywood, is the man behind Ramoji Film City. Although it took years, he finally managed to create this massive film studio, which also has gardens, an amusement park, and a butterfly zoo on the premises.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are around 13 flights from Hyderabad to Kozhikode every day.

The first flight leaves from Hyderabad to Kozhikode at 5:15 am

The last flight from Hyderabad to Kozhikode departs at 11:50 pm.

There are around 12 connecting flights between Hyderabad and Kozhikode.

The minimum time to fly from Hyderabad to Kozhikode is 2 hours 15 minutes.

Yes, for this, the boarding pass and details of lost baggage need to be shared with the concerned airline so they can help you recover it.

Yes, but dry food of a limited amount is allowed.

IndiGo Airlines operates the most number of flights on this route.

Kozhikode airport or Calicut international airport is in Karipur, which is 28 km away from Kozhikode city centre.

You can log in to your airline's account and change flight reservations on your own or call the airline helpline.

There is a single level in the domestic terminal of Kozhikode airport. The ground floor has the arrival and departure hall with bars, restaurants, shops, executive lounges, and other services.

No, it's not compulsory, but we advise you to pay a small amount of insurance fee for safety purposes.
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Airport Information

Kozhikode Calicut Airport P.O, Calicut Airport Rd, Karipur, Kerala 673647

Hyderabad Shamshabad, Hyderabad, Telangana 500409