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Kochi to Kolkata Flights

If you are looking for a Kochi to Kolkata flight, Adani One is all you need to book flight tickets. Whether you are travelling from Kochi to Kolkata or taking a return flight from Kolkata to Kochi, Adani One will provide a detailed airfare calendar that allows you to select the most favourable option. Many domestic airlines, including AirAsia, IndiGo, and Air India, are listed on the platform, and you can choose the flight most convenient to you. The details of both direct and connecting flights are regularly updated on the platform. It is advisable to book the return ticket as well to avail yourself of amazing cashback offers or discounts.

There are about 40 flights between Kochi and Kolkata daily. You can either take a direct or connecting flight at your convenience. You can check out the best cashback offers, air ticket deals, and discounts while booking flights via Adani One.

Flights from Kochi to Kolkata


About Kolkata Airport

Kolkata Airport, also known as Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport (IATA code: CCU), is an international airport on Jessore Road, Kolkata. The airport got its name from freedom fighter Subhas Chandra Bose. It is one of the busiest airports in India that serves more than 9 million passengers every year.

The airport got its new integrated terminal after the closing of the old domestic and international ones. In this terminal, there are around 18 aerobridges and 57 remote parking bays in its L-shaped structure. There are six levels in the terminal, with 78 immigration counters, 128 check-in counters, and 12 customs counters.

The airport has an air-side and city-side interface. In the air-side interface, there is an apron in the integrated passenger terminal for parking the aircraft on its north-eastern and northern sides. The city-side interface has a unidirectional four-lane approach road. It is also linked by metro rail from the primary city.

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About Kolkata

Also known as ‘the City of Joy’ and located near the Eastern Coast of India, this capital city of West Bengal is a colourful metropolis known for its history. It is home to legends like Rabindranath Tagore and Satyajit Ray. In essence, Kolkata is one of the most artistic, cultural, and intellectual cities of India.

Kolkata was the former capital of the British Empire before Delhi became the country’s capital. You will find a mark of the past in every corner of the city. If you want to get a glimpse of the regal past of Kolkata, you can take a stroll on the streets of North Kolkata. Here, you will find some of the oldest mansions in the city that showcase a clear influence of European architecture.

The soulful city of Kolkata is flooded with art scenery, rewarding gastronomical explorations, and bazaars on the banks of the Hooghly River. You will discover a deep layer of culture and heritage, giving you a worthwhile experience on your trip.

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Located on the banks of the Hooghly River, the Dakshineswar Kali Temple is a famous Hindu temple situated in Dakshineswar, a suburb on the banks of Ganga near the city of Kolkata. It was built in the year 1855 by Rani Rashmoni of Bengal. The temple is popularly known for its association with Ramakrishna Paramhans and Ma Sarada Devi, two famous 19th-century mystics whose disciples included Swami Vivekananda. It is constructed in the nine spires style or the Navratna style of Bengal architecture. The Kalighat temple is another well-known place of pilgrimage situated in the heart of Kolkata. Since it was built and opened much before independence, the temple's architecture holds a historical touch as well. Kalighat is also famous among pilgrims because it is considered a Shakti Peetha, one of the 51 locations where it is believed that Goddess Sati’s body parts had fallen. The best time to visit these two popular spots of pilgrimage in and near Kolkata is during winter, when the weather in the city is pleasant.

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Eden Garden

Eden Garden is no less than a pilgrimage for Indian cricket lovers. It is also called "The Lords of Indian Subcontinent". With a seating capacity of 68,000, the stadium is one of the largest cricket stadiums in the world. Visitors can enter the stadium after obtaining a permit from the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) or during the match with a ticket.

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Science City

The largest such facility in the Indian subcontinent, the Science City, was inaugurated on July 1, 1997. It is located in Kolkata and is managed by the Ministry of Culture, National Council of Science Museums (NCSM), Government of India. Over the years, the place has evolved as a major tourist attraction among India's people and international travellers. Science city is not only a popular place among students and those who visit the place for educational purposes, it is a great experience for people from age groups. The major attractions involve the butterfly nursery, 3D theatre, and musical fountain. The entry ticket for each person is Rs 60. The entry ticket to the space theatre and dark ride is Rs 80 and 40, respectively. The best time to visit the place is during winters. During your visit to the Science City, you also get the chance to know about the latest as well as historical experiments and innovations in the field of science. Several schools and colleges also plan educational trips to Science City.

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Howrah Bridge

The Howrah Bridge is one of the most magnificent landmarks of Kolkata, India. It was not very famous back in the days when it was commissioned; however, over the years, it has evolved into a major tourist destination spot, managing to impress millions of visitors every year. The sunset and sunrise views from the Howrah Bridge are an experience in itself. The bridge handles more than 27,400 vehicles and 12,100 pedestrians every day. It can carry the weight of 60,000 vehicles. The picturesque view of the bridge, especially at night, draws a lot of crowds. So, if you're a photography enthusiast, amazing clicks of the Howrah Bridge are best captured during the winter months or the monsoon season.

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Park Street

Park Street is one of the major access routes in Kolkata. The street starts from the very famous Chowringhee Road and stretches till the Park Circus crossing. This street seems to be perpetually crowded and buzzing with activity. Park Street offers ample opportunities to grab delicious snacks, indulge in shopping, and sip on drinks. Some of the most iconic restaurants such as Mocambo, Peter Cat, Waldorf, and Oasis are located here. Park Street is beautifully decorated using lights, colours, and other decorative items during festivities such as Diwali, Christmas, and New Year's Eve. If you're someone who wants to experience the life of locals and live like one of them, a visit to Park Street can do it all at one go. There are several prominent landmarks on the street such as The Park Hotel, Asiatic Society, and St. Xavier's School.


About Kochi Airport

Kochi Airport, also known as the Cochin International Airport (IATA code: COK), is an international airport in Kerala that serves both domestic and international passengers. It is the largest and the busiest airport in Kerala and was ranked in 2021 as the country’s 3rd busiest airport serving international passengers. With three passenger terminals and a cargo terminal, Kochi Airport offers world class facilities which includes VIP lounges, duty free shops, food courts, bookshops, restaurants, a bar and smoking lounge, prayer areas, a reclining area, among others.

Terminal 1 is a domestic terminal with 7 aerobridges and 56 check-in counters, while Terminal 2 is an executive terminal with 26 CUTE-enabled check-in counters that include 4 self-check-in counters and 6 premium check-in counters.

Terminal 3 is an international one with 5 entry gates, 80 immigration counters, and 84 check-in counters. In this terminal, there are 3 moving walkways, 10 escalators, and 21 elevators.

The fourth terminal is dedicated to cargo. It is one of the biggest facilities in India. Apart from these, you will also find air traffic control, airport surveillance radar, Indian Coast Guard Air Enclave, and Naval Air Enclave at the airport.

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About Kochi

Located in the southwest coastal region of India, Kochi or Cochin is one of the largest business port cities in Kerala. Its history dates back to the 14th century, when the city was the gateway to India. Also popularly renowned as the ‘Queen of the Arabian Sea’, Kochi is the financial, industrial, and commercial capital of Kerala. It is indeed a beautiful city to explore and learn about the history of colonial India and its trading importance in ancient times.

The culture in this city is vibrant due to its diversity, with people from different parts of the country living and visiting Kochi. You will find an infusion of traditional and western cultures. This colony of islands interconnected by ferries has many art galleries, upmarket stores, and a few excellent heritage accommodations. You will also find restaurants, vintage and trendy fashion stores, beaches, temples, heritage sites, and shopping hubs in this city. If you are fond of folk dance, you should know that Kochi is famous for its Kathakali and Kalaripayattu dance performances and the annual Biennale Festival. This coastal city in Kerala is a renowned tourist hotspot and an active naval base. It is the official home of the Air Squadron and the South Command of the Indian Navy.

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Marine Drive

Marine Drive is a serene destination in Kochi, exclusively constructed to face the backwaters. It offers a remarkable view of the sea, especially during the evening hours. This place is perfect if you wish to spend time in the city—a renowned spot even among locals. You will also find several fast food joints, shopping malls, and important landmarks in this place.

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Santa Cruz Basilica

Santa Cruz Basilica is among the eight basilicas in India. It is a beautiful Roman Catholic Church. The columns of the church are embellished with frescos, and you will discover seven large canvas paintings alongside the delightful stained-glass windows.

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Wonderla Amusement Park

The Wonderla Amusement Park is the charm of Kochi, and it is one of the most pleasant places to have a fun evening. It features different rides for kids and adults alike, including land rides, water rides, 3D rides, and several other thrilling rides that will keep you entertained throughout. 

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Cherai Beach

Situated at Vypeen Island's northern tip, the Cherai Beach provides stunning views of the setting sun. Palm trees and a huge area of the vibrant ocean make the beach an appealing site to spend an evening.

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Hill Palace

The Hill Palace Museum, around 10 Km from Kochi, was the official palace of the former emperors of Kochi. Built in 1865, it is known as Kerala’s first-ever heritage museum. The palace complex is made up of 49 buildings and is surrounded by 52 acres of terraced land. This spot attracts visitors who are in the area because of attractions such as a cultural museum and a deer park. A great number of plants, especially uncommon varieties with medicinal qualities, can be found in the grounds’ garden. The museum, which houses paintings, weapons, jewellery, sculptures, coins, and furniture, portrays the exuberance of the monarchy that ruled over the region from the palace.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are several popular domestic air carriers that operate between Kochi and Kolkta. The most popular ones that operate on this route are as follows:
  • Air India
  • Vistara
  • Air Asia
  • IndiGo
  • SpiceJet
  • The minimum time taken by Kochi to Kolkata flights is a little over 4 hours.

    Around 20-22 flights operate between Kochi and Kolkata every day. However, the number of direct flights are few whereas the number of connecting flights are plenty.

    Travel restrictions are being eased across the country but it may vary from state to state. To ensure a hassle-free travel experience, it is advisable to check the Coronavirus (COVID-19) travel advisory before booking a flight from Kochi to Kolkata.

    Yes. You may carry food, provided it is properly sealed and preferably not prone to spillage. However, please go through the airline’s policy for more information.

    No. Domestic flights do not serve alcohol. You will get it only on international flights.

    The aerial distance between Kochi to Kolkata is around 1800 km.

    IndiGo and AirAsia operate direct flights from Kochi to Kolkata. There are other connecting flights that you may want to check out in case of a stopover.

    The IATA codes of Kochi and Kolkata airports are COK and CCU, respectively.
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    Airport Information

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

    Kochi Kochi Airport PO Nedumbassery Kochi : 683111. Kerala ,India