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Jamnagar to Chennai Flights

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Several connecting flights operate between Jamnagar and Chennai. However, there are no direct flights connecting Jamnagar to Chennai. The shortest duration of flights from Jamnagar to Chennai is 10 hours and 35 minutes with 2 stops at Mumbai and Delhi. Alternatively, travellers can go to Rajkot Airport from Jamnagar and catch a shorter flight to Chennai. There are connecting flights which take only 5 hours to travel from Rajkot to Chennai. Rajkot Airport is about 90 km away from Jamnagar.

Flights from Jamnagar to Chennai


About Chennai Airport

Chennai International Airport (IATA code: MAA) serves the city of Chennai and its suburbs. The airport is located 21 km from the city centre in Meenambakkam, Chennai. This airport is one of the busiest airports in India. It is a hub for airlines such as IndiGo, Alliance Air, SpiceJet, and Blue Dart. Chennai Airport has three terminals: Terminal 1 (domestic terminal), and Terminals 3 and 4 are international terminals.

Chennai Airport has two runways, 3,662 metres and 2,925 metres long. The airport is connected to more than 40 destinations across India like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Jaipur etc. It also operates flights to more than 20 international destinations like Colombo, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, Tokyo, Seoul etc.

Chennai Airport offers a number of services, such as restaurants and bars, shops, duty-free, tourist and railway information booths, currency exchange, vending machines, and luggage carts.

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About Chennai

Chennai was known as Madras until 1996. Chennai, a prominent city on the Coromandel Coast, is the capital of Tamil Nadu. Chennai is the largest city in Tamil Nadu in terms of both area and population. Chennai is also the largest economic, educational, and cultural centre in south India.

Chennai is known as a hub for automobile industry in South India. Chennai is an educational hub in south India and home to prestigious academic institutions such as the University of Madras, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, and Madras Institute of Technology. The Cooum and Adyar are the two major rivers flowing in Chennai. Chennai experiences a tropical wet and dry climate. Chennai is famous for ancient temples and beautiful beaches.

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Marina Beach 

Chennai's Marina Beach is the longest urban beach in India. The beach extends for 12 km from Beasant Nagar in the south to Fort St George in the north. An old lighthouse on the southern end of the beach is a major attraction. The best time to visit this beach is in the winter, in the early morning. 

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Annai Vailankanni Shrine  

This church, also known as the Basilica of Our Lady of Good Health, was built in 1972 and is located at Elliot's Beach. This church is considered a sacred Christian pilgrimage, and masses are conducted in Tamil and English. 

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Ashtalakshmi Temple 

Ashtalakshmi Temple is a famous temple in Besant Nagar, dedicated to Goddess Mahalakshmi. The temple is located on Elliot's Beach in Besant Nagar. The best time to visit this temple is during Navratri, Diwali, and Pongal. The temple is known as Omkarakshetra due to its unique architecture, for which it is known. 

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Dakshinachitra Museum 

Dakshinachitra is a living history museum on the city's outskirts. It showcases the ancient culture of Tamil Nadu. The museum is a small village built on 10 acres of land with 18 heritage houses exhibiting folk art, craft, and architecture. 

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Elliot's Beach 

Elliot's Beach is famous for the Schmidt Memorial, built in honour of dutch sailor Karl Schmidt. The best time to visit the beach is from November to March. It is located at a distance of 10-15 km from the city centre. The beach is lined with popular cafes and restaurants. 

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Fort St. George 

The historic Fort St. George was built by the British in the 17th century. The modern city of Chennai was built around this fort. It now houses a museum with a collection of paintings, silverware, porcelain, coins, arms and documents. 


About Jamnagar Airport

Jamnagar Airport (IATA code: JGA) serves the city of Jamnagar. It operates as a civil enclave on an Indian Air Force base. This airport is located in Govardhanpur and is 7 km away from Jamnagar's city centre. It is a small domestic airport with a passenger capacity of 75 for arrivals and departures, respectively. Jamnagar Airport has limited connectivity, mainly operating flights to cities like Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bangalore. The main airlines functioning from this airport are Air India and Star Air.

There is only one terminal at Jamnagar Airport. Amenities at Jamnagar Airport include a lounge with a cafeteria, luggage trolleys, assistance to elderly and physically challenged etc.

About Jamnagar

Jamnagar is situated in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat. This city lies on the coast of the Gulf of Kutch. This city is the fifth-largest city in Gujarat. The city was founded by Jam Rawal in 1540 AD. The city houses the world's largest oil refinery and petrochemical complex, established by one of India's largest private companies - Reliance Industries. Jamnagar was previously known as Nawanagar and was amongst the largest princely states in the Saurashtra region. The most commonly spoken languages are Kathiyawadi, Gujarati, Kutchi, Hindi, and English. The climate of Jamnagar is hot and semi-arid.

The city contains several temples built between 1574 and 1622. Jamnagar has more than 30 Jain temples. The most popular religions in Jamnagar are Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, and Jainism. Jamnagar was formerly known as 'Brass City' as it consists of several workshops and industries that manufacture brass items. Huge reserves of bauxite are present in Jamnagar. The city's main attractions include Darbargadh Palace, Lakhota Fort, Trimandir, and Shantinath Mandir.

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Lakhota Fort 

Lakhota Fort is located on an island in the middle of Lakhota Lake. It houses a large collection of items from the 9th to 18th centuries. The main attractions of this fort are semi-circular bastions, turrets, powdered flask, guard room housing swords and musket loops.

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Ayurved University 

Dr. Pranjivan Manekchand Mehta, Chief Medical Officer of Guru Gobind Singh Hospital, supervised the construction of Dhanvantri Mandir, the Ayurveda University. It is dedicated to the ancient Indian medicinal system of ayurveda and hosts workshops related to ayurveda.

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Darbargadh Palace 

Darbargadh Palace is an old royal palace of Jam Rawal and the most historically important monument in Jamnagar. The palace, constructed in the 16th century, portrays the fusion of European and Rajput styles of architecture. The main attractions of this palace are stone carvings, ornamental mirrors, wall paintings, carved pillars, and sculptures.

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Kotha Bastion 

This fort-like structure is also located in the middle of the Ranmal Lake. It is one of the most interesting and historic spots in Jamnagar. The premises include a collection of coins, sculptures, copper plates, inscriptions, and a skeleton of a whale.

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Pratap Vilas Palace

The Pratap Vilas Palace was inspired by European architecture and built by Jam Ranjit Singh between 1907 and 1915. It closely resembles the Victoria Memorial Building in Kolkata. The main attractions are its three glass domes and pillars with carvings of creepers, leaves, flowers, birds, and animals.

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Willingdon Crescent 

This European-style building was built by Nawanagar ruler Jam Ranjit Singh.This commercial building houses a statue of Jam Rawal in the centre. The architecture features cusped arches, pilasters on the curving walls, and balusters on the parapet.

Frequently Asked Questions

Chennai was formerly known as Madras.

Chennai is often called the Detroit of India because it is home to numerous automobile manufacturing industries.

Kandla Port, located 62 km from Jamnagar, is Gujarat's largest and most important port.

The main festivals celebrated in Chennai include Pongal, the Natyanjali Dance Festival, Chitthirai, Arubathimoovar, Mamallapuram, and Nav Ratri festivals.

Air India operates most flights on the Jamnagar to Chennai route.

Chennai Airport has three operating terminals.

Jamnagar Airport has only one domestic terminal.

Jamnagar is also known as the Jewel of Kathiawar.

Jamnagar Airport is located in Govardhanpur and is 7 km away from Jamnagar.

The major domestic carriers operating from Chennai Airport include IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air India, Vistara, Go First, and AirAsia.

The aerial distance from Jamnagar to Chennai is 1500 km.

Marina Beach is about 20 km from Chennai Airport.
Airport Information

Chennai Great Southern Trunk Rd, Meenambakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600027

Jamnagar Airport Road Civil Enclave, Govardhanpur, Jamnagar, Gujarat 361006

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