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Jaipur to Indore Flights

Approximately 12 flights operate from Jaipur to Indore every day, one of which is a direct IndiGo flight that covers the distance in 1 hour and 35 minutes. For both business and leisure travel, there are flights scheduled throughout the day to suit all kinds of travellers.

All the information regarding flights between Jaipur to Indore can be found here.

Flights from Jaipur to Indore


About Indore Airport

Located 8 km west of Indore, Indore International Airport is officially known as the Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar International Airport. It is the busiest airport in Madhya Pradesh, serving Indore and surrounding areas. The airport has two terminals: one for domestic travel and the other for cargo. There are efficient escalators and a high-tech baggage processing system, two lifts and two ramps, and various other modern amenities at the airport.

There is also a duty-free shopping option here, and these stores offer a wide range of items at low prices.

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About Indore

Indore is the country's beating heart, brimming with majesty, heritage, progress, and modernity. This capital city of Madhya Pradesh, located in central India, features a unique blend of natural beauty, historical establishments, and modern architecture. Located at 553 metres above sea level, Indore is rich in artistic elegance and economic growth. This variety of its populace is reflected in the city's culture. Indore is an academic and healthcare hub with diverse learning institutes scattered around the city.

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Annapurna Temple

Annapurna Temple is one of the oldest and most adorned temples situated in the heart of Indore. This popular pilgrimage site attracts the devotees of Maa Annapurna not only from Indore but also across India. Every year, thousands of people visit here to pray and seek blessings from the almighty power. The temple is famously known for its unique elephant gate. This remarkable shrine is now evolving as a popular tourist spot. As you enter the premises, there is a massive temple of Goddess Annapurna along with a Shiv temple which features a huge idol of Lord Shiva. Another popular idol that grabs everyone's attention is the 15-feet tall idol of Lord Kashi Vishwanath sitting on the sacred lotus. Most visitors travelling to Indore visit the temple to explore India's rich history and view the breathtaking architecture. If you are someone who enjoys exploring religious places, do not forget to pay a visit to the Annapurna Temple when you are in Indore.

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Central Museum of Indore

The Central Museum of Indore features a great collection of Jain and Hindu sculptures belonging to the mediaeval as well as pre-medieval eras. The Central Museum of Indore not only consists of a unique collection of items but is also considered one of the most beautiful museums across India. It has exquisite walls and magnificent surroundings where you wouldn’t mind spending a lovely evening with your friends and family members. The Central Museum of Indore houses some very ancient artefacts. These have been so well-preserved that you get a glimpse of the history through them. Several documents that depict our history and trade relations with foreign nations are preserved here too. Located in a posh area of Indore, there are many cafes and restaurants situated nearby. You can spend your day at the museum and then dine at a restaurant nearby.

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Khajrana Ganesh Temple

Khajrana Ganesh Temple is a historical temple located in the city of Indore in Madhya Pradesh. Khajrana Ganesh Temple is a temple often visited by devotees during holidays, weekends, or festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi. This ancient temple is dedicated to Lord Ganesha. Rani Ahilyabai Holkar of the Maratha Empire constructed this temple. The distinct feature of this temple is the Lord Ganesha idol placed at the centre. The continuous chanting of mantras and the smell of fresh flowers, sandalwood, and incense leave an impact on the soul when you leave the shrine's premises. Most visitors travelling to Indore visit the temple to explore India's rich history and view the breathtaking architecture. If you are someone who enjoys exploring religious places, do not forget to pay a visit to the Khajrana Ganesh Temple when you are in Indore.

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Lalbagh Palace

A beautiful residence of the Holkar Maharaja at Indore, Lalbagh Palace was constructed in the late 19th century and inaugurated in 1926. Famous for its beautiful architecture, it is comfortably nestled in the heart of the city. The palace features several gates, a main hall to explore, and gardens to experience the beautiful lush greenery. Over the years, the palace has become a famous tourist spot. The ticket prices are nominal which means everyone can enjoy the palace. Although no mobile phones and cameras are allowed inside the palace premises. The palace features bed room, big assembly hall, Dining Room and Leisure area. Also, there is a planetarium inside the Lalbagh Palace. The museum inside gives a clear glimpse of lifestyle of erstwhile royal family of Indore. If you’re planning to visit to the Lalbagh Palace, it is best recommended to visit during winter season as summers can be extremely hot in Indore.

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Patalpani Waterfall

Situated in Mhow tehsil of Indore district, the Patalpani Waterfall is a popular picnic spot among locals as well as tourists wanting to spend their weekends with friends and family. The Patalpani Waterfall is a paradise for every nature lover. Whether you want to engage in some quiet time with your loved ones or explore trekking opportunities near the waterfall, stay rest assured, Patalpani Waterfall offers it all. As it is located at the very heart of the Indian mainland, it can be fairly assumed that the summers here are warm and humid. However, when the summer heat fades, one is treated to an onslaught of showers that begin in July and persist until September. This is an excellent time to travel to the beautiful state of Madhya Pradesh. Although the ideal time to visit is, without a doubt, winter. Winters here begin in October and last until March when the weather conditions are delightfully pleasant.

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Rajwada Palace

The Rajwada Palace was built by the Holkar dynasty in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, in the 19th century. This seven-storeyed structure is nestled among the busy streets of Khajuri Bazar and faces the city’s main square. Rajwada Palace houses an artificial waterfall, a well-maintained garden, and beautiful fountains. The entry fee for the Rajwada palace is Rs 10 for Indian tourists and Rs 250 for foreign tourists. If you’re going for photography or videography, the prices are Rs 25 and Rs 100 respectively. The palace has architecture reflecting the Maratha style, which is intricate artwork done in a wonderfully artistic way. The best part is that you can hear birds' chirping and the beautiful sunset view from the palace that can leave you mesmerised by the picturesque beauty of the palace. Even after so many years of its formation, the Rajwada palace never fails to impress visitors. The best time to visit the city is during winters, as temperature remains moderate.


About Jaipur Airport

Jaipur International Airport is located in the Sanganer area of Jaipur, about 11 km from the city's centre. The civil runway can accommodate 14 planes, and the new terminal building can handle 1,000 passengers at once. Souvenir stores, ATMs, currency exchange centres, drinking-water fountains with reusable glasses, food and dining, information booths, luggage parking, lockers, bathrooms, and vending machines are all available at Jaipur Airport.

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About Jaipur

Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan, a North Indian state bordered by hills and studded with forts. The streets are lined with pink-tiled windows, which look almost mystical at sunset. Jaipur, home to the Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Amer Fort, and Jantar Mantar, among other attractions, has a treasure of stories to mesmerise visitors.

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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.

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Frequently Asked Questions

On average, 12 flights fly from Jaipur to Indore every day.

After midnight, the first flight from Jaipur to Indore is Air India AI-400. It departs at 03:45 am from the Jaipur International Airport.

Before midnight, the last flight on the Jaipur to Indore route is IndiGo 6E-7404. It departs at 9:30 pm.

Jaipur Airport is called Jaipur International Airport, and its IATA code is JAI. Indore Airport is officially known as Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar International Airport, and its IATA code is IDR.

The minimum time to fly from Jaipur to Indore is 1 hour and 35 minutes.

Only 1 direct (non-stop) flight flies from Jaipur to Indore in a day.

One connecting flight, IndiGo 6E-7359, flies from Jaipur to Indore every day.

Passengers can 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.
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Airport Information

Indore Devi Ahillyabai Holkar Airport, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India 452005

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