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Kochi to Srinagar Flights

On regular days, flights from Kochi to Srinagar operate from early morning till night. However, there are no direct flights on this route. You can choose a suitable connecting flight easily on the booking platform. Carriers like AirAsia, Air India, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Vistara, and Go First operate regular flights between these two airports. The flights connect major cities like Delhi or Hyderabad and have different layover times. Some flights may have longer layovers. However, you can filter your search effectively to find the most convenient flight for yourself.

You can keep an eye on the airfare calendar for all the flights to Srinagar during a given week. On a regular day, flights between these two points operate from early morning till night. You can choose between different connecting flights easily on the booking platform. Carriers like Air Asia, Air India, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Vistara, and Go First operate regular flights between the airports. The flights connect major cities like Delhi or Hyderabad and have different durations of layover times. Some flights may have long layovers. However, you can filter your search effectively to find the most convenient flight for yourself.

At present, different air carriers operate around 42 flights between Kochi International Airport and Srinagar International Airport (Sheikh Ul Alam International Airport). The fastest route between the two cities with one stopover takes about 6 hours and 10 minutes to commute. So if you have an itinerary in mind, check the flight schedules for your dates and book your flight ticket from Kochi to Srinagar on Adani One without further ado.

Flights from Kochi to Srinagar


About Srinagar Airport

Srinagar International Airport (IATA: SXR), also known as Sheikh ul Alam International Airport, is owned by the Indian Air Force. The Airports Authority of India operates the airport’s civil enclave. The airport serves as the principal international getaway to Srinagar and is located conveniently in Badgam, 12 km north of Srinagar’s city centre. From Dal Lake, it is situated at a distance of 23 km. It covers an area of 2,12,000 sq ft and can serve up to 950 passengers at a time.

The SXR Airport operates both domestic flights and seasonal Hajj flights. It features a single integrated terminal which mainly handles domestic flights. However, during the Hajj season, it also operates flights to Jeddah to accommodate the large number of pilgrims from Jammu & Kashmir.

The Srinagar Airport is equipped with many facilities, including a food court, a handicraft shop, currency exchange, ATMs, an information counter, a childcare room, accessibility services, luggage carts, restrooms, a lost and found counter, and more. It can also be easily reached from the city centre by taxi and bus. There are several bus routes connecting Srinagar city centre to the airport. You can also rent a car to move around and travel to and from the airport. The taxi and car rental services booths can be found outside the airport terminal. There is a designated car parking area at the airport that can accommodate up to 250 cars. A government-operated paid bus service is provided between the Tourist Reception Centre and the airport.

About Srinagar

Srinagar is known for its beautiful landscapes. Travellers who have witnessed the beauty of this place have compared it to heaven on Earth. Srinagar is situated in the heart of Kashmir Valley, at 1,730 m above sea level. Bifurcating the land flows the Jhelum River, a tributary of the Indus. The nine bridges that connect the two banks are quite famous and get plenty of tourists every year.

Until around the 14th century, Srinagar was under the rule of the Mauryan empire. Emperor Ashoka introduced Buddhism to this region. After the Mauryan empire came to an end, the valley came under Mughal rule. With the death of Aurangzeb, the rule was transferred from the Mughals to the Durrani and then to the Sikhs. Maharaja Ranjit Singh remained the King of Kashmir, and the Sikh rule continued until British Raj prevailed in India.

Srinagar is the second-largest city in the Himalayan region after Nepal’s Kathmandu. It is home to many famous lakes, such as Dal Lake, Nigeen Lake, Wular Lake, and Manasbal Lake. Apart from sightseeing and floating on shikaras on the Dal Lake, Srinagar offers plenty of adventure activities such as mountain biking, hiking, and rafting.

Furthermore, there is also ample scope for shopping in Srinagar. It is well-known for its handicraft items, the famous Kashmiri shawls and dry fruits. You can hop from one store to another, exploring the myriad of items on display.

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Aru valley

Aru Valley is among the loveliest places in Kashmir. Aru is a small village situated among green pastures and spectacular views, around 12 Km from Pahalgam. People prefer Aru Valley over Pahalgam because of the off-the-beaten-path destinations. With stunning landscapes, towering snow-capped Himalayan peaks in the background, and a mountain river flowing through it, Aru Valley is incredibly attractive. Aru Valley is a haven for individuals seeking peace, as it is less congested than Pahalgam. Aru Valley transforms into a winter wonderland with snow as far as the eye can see. This makes it an ideal location for skiing. There is a cost to enter Aru Wildlife Sanctuary, although there is no fauna. There are around 20 peaks, meadows, and alpine lakes around Aru Valley. People also enjoy trekking, hiking, photography, sightseeing, and horse riding here.

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Botanical Garden

Located in the heart of the city, the botanical garden in Chandigarh is famously known worldwide for preserving rare plants. The botanical garden is a delight for nature photographers as this place gives them enough options to be creative. The garden is spread over 176 acres of land. It's located 7.9 km away from the Chandigarh bus station and 26km from the Chandigarh airport. People from all over the globe visit the botanical garden to witness its beauty. Apart from plants and flowers, the place also houses rare birds such as hornbills, wood ducks, golden pheasants, etc. The garden is also famous for growing a wide variety of rare plants and developing an atmosphere for them. There are other tourist spots near the botanical garden, such as a hibiscus garden and a garden of fragrance which you can consider exploring. Also, if you’re coming with your child, this can be an opportunity for children to know more about nature and its wonders. Several schools also bring their students for educational tours.

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Dal Lake

Located at the foot of Mt Shridhara is the second-largest lake in Jammu and Kashmir. It is hailed as the ‘jewel in the crown of Kashmir’ for its incredible beauty. The floating gardens on the lake where lotuses blossom during July–August every year are a gorgeous sight.

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Mughal Gardens

The Mughal garden style was influenced by Persian gardens, especially the charbagh design, which is meant to portray an earthly heaven in which humans live in perfect harmony with all natural forces. Inside the gardens, you’ll find ponds, canals, and fountains. There are a number of Mughal gardens in Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh that vary from their Central Asian counterparts in terms of very controlled geometry. Babur, the founder of the Mughal Empire, identified the charbagh as his favourite kind of garden. As South Asia lacks the fast-flowing streams essential for the Central Asian charbagh, the name took on a new meaning. The first charbagh in South Asia is said to have been Agra’s Aram Bagh. This garden also has a musical fountain show every evening.

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Pari Mahal

Pari Mahal is a seven-terraced garden dubbed the ‘Palace of Fairies’. Be enchanted by the gorgeous view from the top of the Zabarwan mountain range, overlooking the Srinagar city.

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Shalimar Bagh

It is the largest Mughal Garden in Srinagar, built by Mughal emperor Jahangir in 1619 for his wife, Noor Jahan. Built on 31 acres of land, the garden overlooks Dal Lake, thus offering a stunning view.


About Kochi Airport

The Cochin International Airport is Kerala’s largest and busiest airport and the fourth-largest in South India. It was developed under a public-private partnership, the first-of-its-kind undertaking in India. It is situated 25 km northeast of downtown Kochi in Nedumbassery There are 26 airlines, including Air Asia, Air India, Emirates, Etihad, Go Air, IndiGo etc., operating through the airport. The Cochin International Airport handles both domestic flights and international flights. The Domestic Terminal Complex boasts dedicated areas for arrival and departures. It can handle up to 2000 inbound and 2000 outbound passengers.

The airport offers a fully integrated platform with a host of amenities. Passengers will also be able to avail of currency exchange and banking facilities, Wi-Fi connectivity, coffee shops and restaurants, guestrooms, reserved lounges and VIP rooms, First Aid rooms, duty-free shops, childcare rooms, and much more.

Accessing the airport has been made easy by the three national highways, NH 17, NH 47, and NH 49, that pass through Kerala. It is only half an hour’s drive from the city centre. There are bus routes too from the airport to different parts of Cochin. You can also hire a taxi or rent a car to take you to and from the airport.

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About Kochi

Kochi, formerly known as Cochin, is a port city in the state of Kerala. It is located on the Malabar Coast, which borders the Laccadive Sea, an extension of the Arabian Sea. Kochi is also called the ‘Queen of the Arabian Sea’ for being at the helm of the Indian spice trade with the Arabs from the 14th century onwards. It was well-known in Greece, Rome, Syria, and China as the centre of the spice trade.

Kochi has been serving as a port city since 1341 after a massive flood carved out one of the most magnificent natural harbours the world has seen. The present-day West Kochi, formerly called Old Kochi, is an archipelago of islands, including Fort Kochi, Willingdon Island, and Mattancherry.

Kochi is a growing cosmopolitan city, with tall skyscrapers, shopping malls, cinema halls, restaurants, and much more. Yet, Kochi still emits a traditional charm and has efficiently preserved its deep-rooted culture and long historical background.

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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.

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Marine Drive

The sea view from Kochi's Marine Drive is one of the city's top attractions. The promenade is designed to face the backwaters, making it very scenic. It is a popular hangout spot for the locals.

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Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica Fort

The Santa Cruz Cathedral Basilica is located in Fort Kochi. In this gorgeous Roman Catholic church, along with the stunning stained glass windows, there are frescoes on the columns and seven enormous canvas paintings. Beautifully painted depictions of Christ’s Via Crucis can be found on the ceiling. This magnificent structure features two tall spires that welcome visitors even from afar. The outside is white-washed, while the interior is in pastels. With its massive arches and awe-inspiring altar, the church’s interior is designed in the Gothic style. The renowned Italian painter Fr Antonio Moscheni and his student De Gama of Mangalore adorned the main altar.

Frequently Asked Questions

The distance between the two cities is 3,572 km by road and 2,690 km by air.

Travellers can opt for any of the three modes of transport, by road, rail, and air, to travel from Kochi to Srinagar. However, the choice would depend upon the time of travel, cost, and ease of transportation.

Cochin International Airport Limited, Kochi Airport P.O., Nedumbassery, Kerala - 683 111, Kerala, India.

Passengers can easily check the PNR status on the airline’s official website or the booking platform with just a few clicks.

The first flight from Kochi to Srinagar departs at 7:05 am from Cochin International Airport.

The IATA code of Kochi is COK, and that of Srinagar is SXR.

You can go to Adani’s one-stop platform for flight ticket booking and instantly book the cheapest flight from Kochi to Srinagar.

The fastest flight from Kochi to Srinagar takes about 6 hours and 10 minutes with one stopover.

IndiGo, Vistara, and Air Asia offer frequent flights from Kochi to Srinagar. However, Air India and SpiceJet also provide a considerable number of flights between the two cities daily.

Generally, airlines allow each passenger to carry 7 kg of hand luggage and 15 kg of check-in luggage for flying from Kochi to Srinagar. However, the baggage rules vary from one airline to the other. Hence, it is always advisable to note the details before booking a flight ticket from Kochi to Srinagar.

Indira Gandhi Road, Humhama, Badgam, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 190007, India.

The Srinagar Airport is 12 km from the Srinagar city centre and takes about half an hour to commute.

Yes, Kochi Metro Services are now available to take passengers to and from the Kochi International Airport.

The distance between Gulmarg and Srinagar is 51 km, and by car, it takes about 1 hour and 24 minutes. Or you can get onto a local bus till the Tangmarg market and hire a jeep or mini-coach from there to Gulmarg.

Aluva (AWY) and Angamaly (AFK) are the closest railway stations to the Kochi Airport.
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Airport Information

Srinagar Indragandhi Road, Humhama, Badgam, Jammu and Kashmir 190007

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