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Jamshedpur to Kolkata Flights

Are you looking for flights from Jamshedpur to Kolkata? Do you wish to fly from Jamshedpur to Kolkata without burning a hole in your pocket?

You can now book flight tickets on Adani One, from the comfort of your home. On Adani One, you will find a detailed airfare calendar displaying flight schedules from Jamshedpur to Kolkata. If you have a return date in mind, it is suggested to book a round trip from Kolkata to Jamshedpur, so that you can avail exciting offers, discounts, and cashback on your flight tickets.

Since Jamshedpur does not have an operational airport currently, you must travel to Ranchi by road and then fly to Kolkata’s Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport. The Ranchi Airport is about 126 km from Jamshedpur city. This distance can be covered in about 2 h 24 min by road. Many airlines like IndiGo, Go First, Vistara and Alliance Air operate direct and connecting flights from Ranchi to Kolkata daily. The shortest flight from Ranchi takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes to reach Kolkata.

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Flights from Jamshedpur to Kolkata


About Kolkata Airport

One of the busiest airports in eastern India, Kolkata Airport is known as Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport (IATA: CCU). It was named after one of the brave freedom fighters of India to honour his glory and valour.

Airlines like Air India, Spicejet, Indigo, Go Air, Emirates, Druk Air, Biman Bangladesh, Air Asia, United Airways, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, China Eastern, Dragon Air, and Thai Airways, among others, operate flights from this airport. It has a single passenger terminal which has six levels and can handle 25 million passengers now.

The airport is located in Dum Dum, about 17 km from the city centre. It is well-connected to the city. One can always board a bus and reach the city centre. Taxi services are also available, which take about 50 minutes to drop you to the city. It is also possible to reach downtown Kolkata by train. The airport is linked to the city centre by Line 4 of the Kolkata Metro.

Being one of the most prominent airports in the area, Kolkata Airport is well-equipped with many facilities. You can use free Wi-Fi services. It also has medical amenities, a pharmacy, ATMs, baby care facilities, duty-free shops, and currency exchange. There are a variety of restaurants where you can enjoy different cuisines.

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About Kolkata

Kolkata, renowned as the City of Joy, is the capital of the eastern Indian state of West Bengal. Earlier known as Calcutta, the city gained great importance during the colonial rule in India, as it served as the capital of the British Empire in India. Many significant colonial buildings, including the Victoria Memorial, were built in Kolkata in this period. Another architectural marvel of the British era is the Howrah Bridge, which connects the Howrah Railway Station to the city.

Situated on the banks of the River Hooghly, Kolkata is one of the most vibrant and colourful places in India. Festivals are celebrated with gusto and great enthusiasm here. Durga Puja is the most exciting period of the year, as the whole city is decorated beautifully, and the sweet smell of Rasgulla and Mishti Doi fills the air. In Kolkata, modernity beautifully blends with tradition and enhances the city’s charm.

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Dakshineswar Temple

The Dakshineswar Temple in Kolkata is dedicated to Goddess Kali and has deep religious significance for Hindu devotees. It was constructed by the learned and brave Rani Rashmoni, who had a unique vision of building the temple there. The stories and legends associated with the place make it a must-visit.  

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St. Paul’s Cathedral

Built in 1847, the church is constructed in the Gothic style of architecture. Christmas is the best time to visit this church to witness and participate in the festivities. You can visit the church on all days, though the timing on Sundays varies. From Monday to Saturday, the church is open from 9 am to 12 noon and from 3 pm to 6 pm. On Sunday, it stays open to the public from 7:30 am to 6 pm.

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Howrah Bridge 

Situated over the Hooghly in Kolkata, Howrah Bridge was constructed in 1943. It boasts European architecture. Although it was renamed Rabindra Setu in 1965, it is popularly known as Howrah Bridge. The primary purpose of the bridge was to connect Howrah to Kolkata. Today, it serves as the connecting link between the Howrah Railway Station and Kolkata.  

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Indian Museum

Founded in 1814, this museum helps gain a deep insight into the rich culture and heritage of Kolkata or West Bengal. It has many artefacts that will help you learn more about Bengal's past. You will find paintings, coins, manuscripts, letters, armours, ornaments, fossils, and other antiques from ancient times in this museum. You can visit the museum on all days from 10 am to 6:30 pm except Mondays.

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Tagore's House  

Also known as the Jorasanko Thakur Bari, this building was the residence of Rabindranath Tagore, the famous poet and first Nobel Laureate from India. The house serves as a reminder of the glorious history of Tagore's life. The premises now house the famous Rabindra Bharati University, which was inaugurated on 8th May 1962 by Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru.  

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Victoria Memorial 

Built during Colonial Rule in India, the Victoria Memorial is an essential British building to date. It is a living embodiment of European architecture and is spread over a wide area of 57 acres. The building is surrounded by lush green gardens that add to the place's charm. While the garden is open throughout the year from 5:30 am to 6 pm, the memorial is open on all days from 10 am to 6 pm except Mondays and national holidays.  


About Ranchi Airport

Since Jamshedpur does not have an operational commercial airport, people travel to Ranchi by road and then fly to different destinations. Also known as Birsa Munda Airport (IATA: IXR), it is about 125 km from the city of Jamshedpur. Inaugurated in 1995, it is a civil airport with a single terminal connected to all the major cities of India, including Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, and Hyderabad. IndiGo, Vistara, etc., operate flights from Ranchi Airport.

Passenger services at this airport include security checks, a lost and found section, enquiry counters, sanitation points, telephones, ATMs, Wi-Fi, shops, restaurants, and RO water, among others. It also has a self-check-in kiosk, making the check-in process convenient.

It is convenient to reach Jamshedpur from Ranchi Airport via cab. It takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes. Alternatively, you can also board a train, which is pocket-friendly and takes around 4 hours.

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About Jamshedpur

Popularly known as Tatanagar, Jamshedpur is one of the most popular cities in Jharkhand. It was named after its founder Jamshedji Nusserwanji Tata, a renowned industrialist and social reformer credited with the development of the city. The first planned city in the country, Jamshedpur has all the modern facilities that clearly show the boon of industrialisation in India. It has been chosen as a UN Global Compact City given the high-quality life, standard sanitation conditions, roads, and welfare in the city. Tata Industries maintains the city.

Being close to the forest area, a significant portion of the population is tribal in Jamshedpur. Overall, it boasts a multi-ethnic population with Bengali, Hindi, and English-speaking people primarily. On the outskirts, Ho and Santali are also spoken. This combination of different ethnicities is the reason behind different festivals like Bakutamma, Durga Puja, Dandiya, Pongal, etc., being celebrated with huge pomp and show in the city.

There are many places of interest in Jamshedpur. Apart from the flourishing industries in the city, you can visit the naturally beautiful tourist spots in and around it. Dalma Hills are one of the best places to visit in the city. Jamshedpur also has a lot of parks since the founder wanted to have a number of open spaces. Out of those, Dorabji Park and Jubilee Park are pretty famous.

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Dalma Hills  

Dalma Hills are situated at a distance of 13 km from Jamshedpur around 900 m above sea level. With picturesque surroundings and breathtaking views, you can trek your way to the top and have a picnic on the hilltop. The altitude makes this hilltop one of the most stunning places near Jamshedpur. You can also spot some migratory birds here.

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Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary  

Built in 1975, Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the prominent tourist spots in the city. It is popularly said that the city has a twinkling appearance from the top of this hill. There also is a Shiva temple in the sanctuary, which attracts many devotees during Maha Shivratri. You can spot wild deer, elephants, and tigers here.

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Dimna Lake  

It was constructed by Tata Steel to serve as a water reservoir. It helps meet the needs of the industries and the city. You can take a peaceful stroll by the lake and enjoy a good time here. Tourists flock to this place, especially from November to February.

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Jayanti Sarovar  

One of the most popular spots to visit in Jamshedpur, Jayanti Sarovar has green surroundings and an open area for children. With its majestic fountains, the site is serene and beautiful. This place is quite popular for being cleaner compared to other lakes in the country. If you wish to have a peaceful escapade in the city, Jayanti Sarovar definitely has to be on your list.

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Jubilee Park

Spread over a wide area of around 200 acres, Jubilee Park was inaugurated in 1958 By Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru. It hosts three coloured fountains and lush trees, giving it an aesthetic appeal. There are different attractions within the park like Children Park, Medicinal Garden, Zoological Park, Rose Garden, Mughal Garden, Satabdi Udyan, and Smriti Udyan. Jubilee Park houses above 100 species of foliage and flowers.

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Tata Steel Zoological Park  

Situated right opposite Jubilee Park in Jamshedpur, this well-organised Zoological Park is a treat for all animal lovers. The animals live in a natural environment and feel at home. One can find lions, leopards, and tigers here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Currently, Jamshedpur does not have a functional airport. Therefore, there are no direct or connecting flights from Jamshedpur to Kolkata. The next best option is to reach Ranchi Airport from Jamshedpur by road and then travel to Kolkata by flight from Ranchi.

Jamshedpur is 135 km from Ranchi Airport. You can easily reach the airport by taxi or rental car.

Some places of interest in Kolkata are Victoria Memorial, Howrah Bridge, Fort William, St. Paul's Cathedral and Dakshineswar Temple.

The best time to visit Kolkata is between October and February when the weather is pleasant.

The various facilities available at the Ranchi Airport are clean RO water, security checks, restrooms, waiting rooms, enquiry desks, sanitisation points, lost and found centres, resting lounges, and childcare rooms.

Some places of interest in Jamshedpur are Dalma Hills, Dimna Lake, Jubilee Lake, Jubilee Park, and Tata Steel Zoological Park.

The airport codes for Kolkata and Ranchi are CCU and IXR, respectively.

The ideal time to visit Jamshedpur is between October to February. The weather is neither too hot nor too cold during this time.

There are many tourist places that you can visit in Kolkata but the Victoria Memorial and Howrah Bridge stand out.

There are no direct flights from Jamshedpur to Kolkata. You need to book your flight from Ranchi to Kolkata. Book your flight tickets early on Adani One for discounts and offers.

Dalma Hills are one of the best tourist places to visit in Jamshedpur.

Ranchi Airport is known as the Birsa Munda Airport.

Jamshedpur is named after its founder, Jamshedji Tata, who worked tirelessly for the development of this city.

Jamshedpur is located in the state of Jharkhand in India.

Famous for its sweets, Kolkata offers a wide variety of desserts like Rasgulla, Sandesh, Kalakund, and Misti Doi.
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Airport Information

Kolkata Jessore Rd, Dum Dum, Kolkata, West Bengal 700052

Ranchi Hinoo, Ranchi, Jharkhand 834002