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Jamnagar to Surat Flights

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Currently, there are no flights connecting Jamnagar and Surat. However, you can book a flight from Jamnagar to Mumbai and continue your journey to Surat by road. Air India operates a direct flight daily on the Jamnagar-Mumbai route. This flight takes around 1 hour and 10 minutes. The road distance between Mumbai and Surat is 279 km, and it takes around 5 hours and 40 minutes to reach your destination. So, check out Adani One and book flight tickets for your Jamnagar to Surat trip. For great offers and deals on flight tickets, book your return tickets along with your Jamnagar to Surat flight ticket.

Flights from Jamnagar to Surat


About Surat Airport

Surat Airport (IATA: STV) is a civil airport serving Surat and southern Gujarat. It is located in Magdalla, 12 km away from the city centre. The development of Surat Airport is led by the Gujarat state authorities in Surat. Initially, the regional airline Vayudoot and Gujarat airways used to operate from this airport. These airways later discontinued their operations. The management of the airport was then transferred to the Airports Authority of India in 2003. The airport became operational in 2007 and commercial airlines started scheduled flight services.

Surat Airport offers facilities like a luggage facility, multiple bag carousels at the arrival section, an X-ray machine for hand baggage, and multiple trolleys. Special care has been taken to ensure that passengers have a convenient and hassle-free travel. Wheelchairs with assistance are easily available to ensure that senior citizens and the physically challenged can have a comfortable journey. The airport offers many eateries and tea/espresso counters for the convenience of its passengers. A duty-free shopping area is available on the premises.

About Surat

Surat is one of the cleanest cities in the state of Gujarat, India. This port city is located on the banks of Tapti (Tapi) River. It is the eighth-largest city of India in terms of population and the largest in non-capital cities. Surat is located 306 km south from the state capital, Gandhinagar. It is one of the major industrial hubs in the country. Surat is renowned worldwide as a diamond cutting centre, and around 90% of the world’s diamonds are cut and polished here. It is also called the City of Flyovers.

The city is well-known for its silk-weaving industry, and it is also called the Silk City. It has emerged as a commercial hub of textiles, with shops in the New Fabric Market area frequently crowded with customers. Prominent tourist spots in Surat are the Surat Fort, Science Centre Complex, and the Diamond Gallery. Surat draws both domestic and international vacationers interested in the colonial history of the region and the special flora and fauna.

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Swaminarayan Temple

Swaminarayan Mandir is one of the popular religious places of Surat. Swaminarayan Temple is dedicated to the Swaminarayan sect of Vaishnavism, in which Swaminarayan or Sahajanand Swami is believed to be an incarnation of Narayana of Nar-Narayan. The temple is considered to be extremely auspicious by the locals of Surat. This temple was built to honour Sahajananda Swami. The temple was constructed with pink stone and embellished with marvellous carvings.

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Dumas Beach 

Dumas Beach is an urban beach located along the Arabian Sea. It is situated at a distance of 21 km southwest of Surat city. Due to the high concentration of iron, the sand takes on an almost eerie black colour, which is one possible reason why there are some stories of hauntings about Dumas Beach. There is a Daria Ganesh Temple located adjacent to the main beach. 

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Dandi Beach

Dandi is a famous holiday spot for tourists visiting Surat. This scenic beach is well-known for the Salt Satyagraha Movement, which was started by Mahatma Gandhi. This tranquil beach is covered with sparkling golden sands. You can take a stroll, view the beautiful sunset, or sunbathe here.

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Sarthana Nature Park 

The park is spread over 81 acres with the Tapti River to its north and Surat Kamrej Gali to its south. The land is completely vegetated with eucalyptus, casuarina, and mango trees. Sarthana Nature Park is home to several species of animals. 

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Chintamani Jain Temple 

Chintamani Jain Temple, a 400-year old Jain temple, is one of the oldest temples in the city of Surat. The temple was built in 1699 AD and is located near Moraji Nagar. The temple is believed to be constructed to honour King Kumarpal, who belonged to the Solanki dynasty, and Acharya Hemachandra, who was his advisor. The temple has intricate and elaborate carved designs on wood, and the ceiling has beautiful paintings made from natural vegetable colours. The paintings depict Acharya Hemchandra, Raja Kumarpal, and other Solanki Kings. 

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Sneh Rashmi Botanical Garden 

A visit to the charming Sneh Rashmi Botanical Garden, which is home to many different species of flora, is indeed a perfect break in the lap of nature. This garden is an ideal picnic spot for families, mainly because it offers activities like toy train rides and other activities like Columbus, Injector, Free Fall Jump, Rocket Space, Crazy Jump, and hot air balloon rides. 


About Jamnagar Airport

Jamnagar Airport (IATA: JGA) is also referred to as Govardhanpur Airport. The airport operates under the ownership of the Indian Air force, but it allows commercial and private flights. It is the only airport in the state that has two runways. The domestic flights in Jamnagar Airport operate from a single terminal, with a capacity of 75 passengers for arrivals and departures. The terminal has a single check-in counter, luggage trolleys, a baggage wrapping machine, and wheelchair assistance for senior citizens and the physically challenged. The airport has a few eateries and even a lounge with a cafeteria where passengers can relax and have a meal. The bus station is 7 km from the airport. Taxis are available from the airport. The railway station is a few kilometres from the airport.

About Jamnagar

Jamnagar is a lesser known gem in Gujarat, which boasts excellent examples of Rajput architecture and a major pearl fishing centre. The city is situated around the Lakhota Lake. Jamnagar was the capital of the former state of Nawanagar. It was founded by Jam Rawal in 1540 AD near the spot where Nagmati and Rangamati Rivers meet. Later, it was renamed Jamnagar. The city was later modernised by the then ruler under the advice of Sir Edward Lutyens, the architect of New Delhi.

Jamnagar was well-known for its manufacturing of brass utensils, and the city was called the Brass City of India. However, the city has gained prominence nowadays because of the large oil refinery owned by Reliance Petroleum. Jamnagar is also known as Chhoti Kashi as it has several Hindu and Jain temples, the most important ones being the ancient Sun Temple and Bal Hanuman Temple. There are many tourist spots and hiking places that draw flocks of both local and international tourists.

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Shri Swami Narayan Mandir 

Swaminarayan Mandir in Jamnagar is an utterly beautiful temple with a peaceful and spiritual ambience. The temple is dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan. The temple has an amazing infrastructure of architectural brilliance. The temple also has two separate temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati and Lord Rama and Goddess Sita. It has a small museum on the base of the primary temple. Additionally, it has a large, well-maintained garden and a cafeteria that serves great vegetarian snacks.

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Dwarkadhish Temple 

The temple stands on a small hill, which is accessible by climbing more than 50 steps. The temple has heavily sculpted walls that enclose the inner sanctum, which contains the idol of Krishna. At the rear of the temple is erected a 43-metre-high spire with a flag made of 52 yards of cloth, waving in the smooth breeze blowing from the Arabian Sea. There are two doors (Swarg and Moksha) to enter and leave the temple. The best time to visit here is between November and February. Devotees throng to the temple, especially during Janmashtami, which is celebrated in a grand manner.

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Bohra Hajira 

Bohra Hajira is the resting place of Mota Bawa, a Muslim saint. The Dargah of Dawoodi Bohra community was constructed in 1540 AD by Jam Rawal. It is a magnificent structure on the banks of the rivers Rangamati and Nagmati. The mausoleum is made from white marble and represents the Saracenic style of architecture with its intricate carvings.

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Pratap Vilas Palace 

The palace was built in the Indo-Saracenic architectural style with European architectural inspiration. The three domes of glass are the main attraction here. The carvings of plants, leaves, vines, birds, and animals on the pillars add to the charm of the palace. The extraordinary hall partitions of the building are decorated with hung paintings and drawings using artists of that period.

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Ranjitsagar Dam 

Ranjitsagar Dam is the source of water for the city. It is located near Jamnagar City, at a distance of around 8 km. This place is a delight for birdwatchers, as many local birds and migratory birds can be spotted here. Plus, photographers spend their day capturing delightful pictures of birds flying and floating on the water. Fishing is prohibited inside the dam reservoir.

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Sivrajpur Beach 

Located at a distance of 144 km from Jamnagar, Sivrajpur Beach is one of the least polluted beaches of India. This pristine beach stretches between a lighthouse and rocky shoreline in Shivrajpur village. The perfect time to visit this beach is from October to January because of the pleasant climate.

Frequently Asked Questions

JGA is the IATA code for Jamnagar Airport.

Jamnagar is famous for its Bandhani or Bandhej work, embroidered clothes, metalware, street food, historical places, and temples.

There are many street food options in Jamnagar, and you will be spoilt for choice. Major street food stalls sell savoury Gujarati snacks like gathia, bhajiya, pakwan, ghugra, dhokla, dabeli bread, katka bread, ras patra, dhukla, and khandvi.

The city of Jamnagar is crowded during Navratri as tourists from all over the world travel to Gujarat during this season. Hotel tariffs are very expensive during Navratri and Diwali.

Surat is also known as Diamond City, Green City, and Silk City.

Surat is the world's largest diamond manufacturing centre, and around 90% of the world's diamonds are cut and polished here.

STV is the IATA code of Surat Airport.

The Amore Hotel, Rajhans Bellizs, and Weekend Address are some hotels near Surat Airport.

The aerial distance between Surat and Jamnagar is 328 km.

Yes, international flights also operate from Surat Airport.

Dumas is covered by black sand, so it is known as one of the most haunted beaches in India.

Jamnagar District is divided into 10 talukas, 702 panchayats, and 969 villages.

Surat is one among the six 5-star waste-free cities in India. Power is generated for the city by the waste collected from the city.

Surat has performed well on three key parameters that make a city liveable: roads, sanitisation, and water supply.

No, Surat is not a metro city. However, it is among the fastest growing and rapidly developing cities in India.
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Airport Information

Surat Surat - Dumas Rd, Gaviyer, Surat, Gujarat 395007

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