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Jaipur to Chandigarh Flights

Approximately 15 flights operate from Jaipur to Chandigarh daily. Flights are scheduled at different departure timings throughout the day to suit all types of travellers.

You can find all the information regarding flights between Jaipur and Chandigarh in this guide.

Flights from Jaipur to Chandigarh


About Chandigarh Airport

The Chandigarh International Airport (IATA: IXC), also known as the Mohali Airport, is a commercial airport that serves the Indian states of Punjab and Haryana and the territory of Chandigarh, including the cities of Mohali and Panchkula. The airport is proposed to be named as Shaheed-e-Azam Sardar Bhagat Singh International Airport, Mohali, after the legendary martyr Sardar Bhagat Singh.

The runway of the airport lies in the union territory region and the terminal lies in Mohali. The terminal in Mohali covers 53,000 Sq m with the capacity of accommodating 1,600 passengers and 150 parking spaces. The airport services are managed by the CHIAL. It offers facilities like ATM, WiFi and a duty-free shop situated in the departure area.

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COVID-19 Information

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Air travel rules and protocols are in place as the world reopens amid the COVID-19 situation. Different state governments have some regulations for passengers arriving in their cities/states. Before you plan your trip, please read and understand these guidelines to ensure that you comply with these rules.

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At all times, a mask must be worn.

All airlines have security guidelines specifically for your baggage. These include what to carry, packing tips, and more such information. Please do follow these guidelines while packing to avoid any delays. You can drop off your check-in baggage at the airline counters.

The permissible weight for check-in baggage varies according to the airline and the ticket category. The standard baggage allowance per passenger is 15 kg on most domestic flights. Add your check-in baggage online and generate a baggage tag 48 hours to 60 minutes before flight departure. Make sure to read your booked airline’s baggage policy before you travel.

Hand Baggage

One handbag up to 7 kgs and measuring 115 cms (L+W+H) shall be allowed per passenger. Your handbag must be placed under the seat in front or inside the overhead bin for safety reasons. In addition to the one piece of hand baggage permitted, you are allowed an additional personal article such as a ladies’ purse or a small bag containing a laptop (weighing not more than 3 kgs).
Things to Keep in Mind for a Hassle-free Flying Experience:
  • Do not carry any prohibited or dangerous items.
  • Put all the carry-on liquids in 100 ml or smaller containers.
  • Keep all your medicines, important documents, cash, and valuable items in your hand baggage. Carry a medical prescription if required.
  • Reach the airport well in time – 2 hours before your domestic flight’s departure time and 4 hours for international flights.
  • Keep your laptop, power banks, etc., easily accessible as they need to be removed during security screening.
  • Carry your e-ticket or a printed copy along with a valid photo ID; both will be checked at the airport entrance.
  • Bring evidence for any medical metallic implants, as these might set off the alarms.
  • Generally, be aware of any suspicious activity or objects around you, and alert the airport security staff if needed.
About Chandigarh

Chandigarh is the capital city of two Indian states, Haryana and Punjab, and is a popular tourist destination. It has five-star hotels and well-known fast-food cafes serving cuisines from around the globe. The city is also home to several well-maintained parks such as the Rose Garden and Rock Garden and a popular shopping centre in Sector 17. The huge Elante Mall in Chandigarh is famous for its exquisite collection of popular International and domestic brands. Chandigarh is a well-planned city with low-rise apartments and well-maintained parks for which it has acquired the title of “City Beautiful.” Significant sports arenas in Chandigarh and the nearby city of Mohali attract cricket and hockey fans from various parts of the world, the Inderjit Singh Bindra Stadium, known as the Mohali Stadium, being the most famous.

Thousands of tourists flock to the city's renowned Sukhna Lake to experience the quaint vibes and picturesque views. Punjabi is the local language of communication; people in Chandigarh also communicate in Hindi and English.

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Botanical Garden

Located in the heart of the city, the botanical garden in Chandigarh is famously known worldwide for preserving rare plants. The botanical garden is a delight for nature photographers as this place gives them enough options to be creative. The garden is spread over 176 acres of land. It's located 7.9 km away from the Chandigarh bus station and 26km from the Chandigarh airport. People from all over the globe visit the botanical garden to witness its beauty. Apart from plants and flowers, the place also houses rare birds such as hornbills, wood ducks, golden pheasants, etc. The garden is also famous for growing a wide variety of rare plants and developing an atmosphere for them. There are other tourist spots near the botanical garden, such as a hibiscus garden and a garden of fragrance which you can consider exploring. Also, if you’re coming with your child, this can be an opportunity for children to know more about nature and its wonders. Several schools also bring their students for educational tours.

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Garden Of Silence

Located at a distance of 7 km from the Chandigarh Bus station, the Garden of Silence came about in the pursuit of a unique aim. This garden is not packed to the rafters with hundreds of plants, birds, or flowers. Instead, it is a meditative garden that offers a magnificent view of the Shivalik Range. The garden houses the idol of the seated Buddha in the middle, who is said to circulate positive energies in the environment. The Garden of Silence has emerged as a popular tourist attraction. Every year, thousands of people visit here to spend some time alone, meditate, and possibly connect with the supreme being. The surrounding areas are full of greenery and fresh air, making it a perfect place to sit, relax, and meditate. If you feel you need a break from life, visit the beautiful Garden of Silence.

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Japanese Garden

Located 5.5 Km away from the Chandigarh bus station, the Japanese Garden is one of the most recently inaugurated gardens to attract thousands of tourists every year. This garden is unique in terms of the hints it drops at Japanese culture. Employing Japanese architecture, this garden was developed at a cost of Rs. 6 crores. The garden boasts of lakes, pagodas, waterfalls, a centre for meditation, and an idol of Buddha. While walking down the Japanese Garden, you would also come across exquisite wooden bridges built over the water bodies. Every element of the garden is imbued with the Japanese flavour. A wide variety of colourful, vibrant flowers, lush green gardens, and the fresh feel they exude add to the overall experience.

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Rock Garden

Chandigarh is a destination that offers a wide variety of tourist spots and the Rock Garden is one of the most famous ones among them. The garden features beautiful art objects which are carefully fashioned from urban and industrial waste. It is located between the Rock Garden of Chandigarh and the Capitol Complex in Sector 1, Chandigarh. It provides visitors with the feeling of watching an open-air exhibition and navigating a miniature maze at the same time! It houses a surreal arrangement of broken chinaware, rocks, boulders; broken and discarded fluorescent tubes; glass bangles; building waste; monkeys, soldiers, women, and temples made of coal and clay! If you're someone who loves to explore the beautiful in the mundane, make sure you visit the Rock Garden.

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Sukhna Lake

If you want to experience the serenity of Chandigarh, visit Sukhna Lake. There are so many activities near the lake that you can do. Be it for a family picnic or a boating activity, Sukhna lake is a must-visit place with your loved ones.

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Terraced Garden

The Terraced Garden is a popular spot among tourists as well as locals in Chandigarh. The attraction boasts a wide variety of colourful, vibrant flowers. The place was established in 1979, and since then, it has gained immense popularity. It is spread over an area of 10 acres. The lush green gardens and the fresh feel of flowers add to the overall experience. While walking down the Terraced Garden, you will come across a musical fountain which only turns off when the sun is setting. If you’re someone who loves to explore nature, the Terraced Garden in Chandigarh would prove to be heaven! Make sure you carry comfortable shoes with you as the trip includes a lot of walking.

Best Time to Visit Chandigarh

The summer months begin in April and end in June, when the temperature may rise above 50°C. Winter months are from November to February, when the temperature may drop below 2°C. The city also witnesses frequent rains during the winter months. The monsoon season, which is hot and humid, starts in July and ends in September. The best time to visit Chandigarh is during the autumn season, when the weather is pleasant and comfortable.


About Jaipur Airport

Jaipur Airport is located in the Sanganer area of Jaipur, about 13 Km from the city's heart. The airport has two terminals, one for international passengers and the other for domestic passengers. In terms of scheduled flight operations, it is India's 11th busiest airport. The civil apron can accommodate 14 aircraft, and the new terminal building can lodge 1,000 passengers.

Jaipur Airport facilitates a wide range of services and amenities for the convenience of its passengers, which include souvenir stores, ATMs, currency exchange centres, drinking water with reusable glasses, food and dining, information booths, parking, and lockers, bathrooms, vending machines, and much more.

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Health and Safety Measures at the Jaipur Airport
  • For the convenience and safety of the passengers, an RT-PCR testing facility is available at the airport. International passengers must undergo an RT-PCR test, which can be done in the Arrivals Hall.
  • Protective screens have been installed at various locations throughout the terminal, including check-in desks and security checkpoints.
  • Temperature checks are carried out before you enter the terminals.
  • The airport has an enhanced cleaning regime across all the terminal buildings, with a sanitising team in operation 24 x 7.
  • There is signage placed throughout the airport reminding you to adhere to the basic guidelines like maintaining social distancing and wearing your mask.
About Jaipur

Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan, a North Indian state bordered by hills and studded with forts. In 1876, to welcome the Prince of Wales, Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur painted the entire city pink, as pink symbolises hospitality. Since then, it has been popularly known as the Pink City. The streets of Jaipur are lined with pink tiled windows, which look mystical at sunset.

Jaipur, the city that houses the Amer Fort, Jal Mahal, Hawa Mahal and Jantar Mantar, among other attractions, has stories to enchant visitors. Its royal allure is second to none. The city's royal family continues to exist with grandeur, with Sawai Maharaja Padhmanabh Singh glorifying the family as the present titular Maharaja. Jaipur does an incredible job at preserving its rich Rajputana heritage, which is visible in every walk of life. Many tourists also visit the city for the vibrance of Rajasthani culture - the lively steps of Ghoomar, the intricate handicrafts, and the scrumptious Laal Maas. Jaipur's Leheriya design on chiffon and other materials is famous worldwide and has become almost synonymous with the city. Hindi, Dhundari, and Marwari are the commonly spoken languages in Jaipur.

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Albert Hall Museum

Albert Hall Museum is located just outside the City Palace and is one of the best places to visit in Jaipur. It is the oldest museum in the state of Rajasthan. It boasts a rich collection of murals, Persian paintings, sculptures, crystal work and jewellery. The star attraction of this museum is the Egyptian Museum. The architectural beauty of the museum is equally impressive. It is a must-visit tourist attraction for history buffs and art lovers.

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Amer Fort

Amber Fort was built by Raja Man Singh and is known for its artistic style elements. The humongous palace is located on a hilltop offering a beautiful panoramic view of the city. The palace has large ramparts and a series of gates to save it from the enemy’s attack. The fort is vast and has cobbled paths. The palace also has a series of underground tunnels which are not accessible to the public. This palace is a great example of Rajputana architecture.

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Birla Mandir

This marble temple is one of the most iconic places to visit in Jaipur. The fine craftsmanship of the temple depicts the Nagara architecture style. It also has ornamental gardens and spacious surroundings.

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Hawa Mahal

Easily the most visited place in the city, Hawa Mahal is a massive pink and red sandstone palace. Built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh in 1799, the palace gets its name from the numerous (close to 1000) windows that keep the entire building cool and ventilated.

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Nahargarh Fort

Nahargarh Fort is another excellent example of Rajputana architecture. The retreat palace is located on the top of Aravali Hills and offers charming views of the city. It has an extended wall that connects it to Jaigarh Fort. The palace boasts Indo-European architecture. There are many structures inside the palace, including ponds, temples, and open-air enclosures, for the common people.

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Sisodia Rani Bagh

The Sisodiya Rani Bagh was built in Jaipur by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh in the 18th century for his queen Sisodia Rani. She was the princess of Udaipur. The garden is beautifully adorned with the painting of Radha and Krishna to mirror the love that the king felt for his queen. In order to avoid the hustle-bustle of the metropolis, the garden was purposely built outside the city centre. This garden is a depiction of the perfect amalgamation of Mughal and Indian architectural forms. The wall paintings and decorations, spires and pavilions are all designed in the latter pattern, whereas the flower bed arrangements, water channels, and fountains are all designed in the Mughal style. Near the garden, there is a small shrine solely dedicated to Hindu Gods: lords Shiva, Hanuman and Vishnu. If you’re someone who loves to view natural beauty, you can plan a visit to the Sisodiya Rani Bagh.

Frequently Asked Questions

On average, 15 flights fly from Jaipur to Chandigarh every day.

Air India has a maximum of 6 flights per day between Jaipur and Chandigarh out of 15 (approximately) daily flights.

After midnight, the first flight from Jaipur to Chandigarh is Go First, which departs at 8:10 am from the Jaipur International Airport.

Before midnight, the last flight on the Jaipur to Chandigarh route is IndiGo 6E-2405, which departs at 10:25 pm.

Jaipur Airport is officially called Jaipur International Airport, and its IATA code is JAI. Chandigarh Airport is officially called Chandigarh International Airport (Proposed name Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh Airport, Mohali), and its IATA code is IXC.

The minimum time to fly from Jaipur to Chandigarh is 01h 30m.

On any given day, flights from three airlines regularly fly between Jaipur and Chandigarh. These are Air India, Go First, and IndiGo. Only two direct (non-stop) flights fly between Jaipur and Chandigarh daily.

About 13 connecting flights fly between Jaipur to Chandigarh daily with layovers at New Delhi, Lucknow, Ahmedabad and Mumbai.

Passengers are allowed to carry food on the flights, provided it is packaged well and does not contain liquids that can spill out.

You can Google 'airline name + Manage Booking' or go to the airline's webpage and search for 'Manage My Booking' or 'Manage Booking' to check your booking status.

You can make a one-time free update while booking with certain apps. Customers can reschedule their ticket once without incurring any reschedule penalty costs for travel up to one year 4 days and above from the original departure date.

Yes, a GO Duty-free shop (by Flamingo) is on the second floor at Gate no. 2 at the Jaipur International Airport. However, it is quite small and offers a limited selection of liquors.
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Airport Information

Chandigarh New Civil Air Terminal Chandigarh International Airport, Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar, Punjab 140306

Jaipur Jaipur International Airport Airport Rd, Sanganer, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302029