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Kolhapur to Ahmedabad Flights

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Looking to buy flight tickets from Kolhapur to Ahmedabad, return journey, or both? Adani One offers you the best deals on air travel. The detailed airfare calendar on Adani One can help you choose the best flight. Choose the most cost-effective travel package and take advantage of money-saving cashback deals in a few simple steps on Adani One. All major domestic carriers such as Air India, IndiGo, Spice Jet, Air Asia and others are available on Adani One. Select the departure time and other facilities and book the most suitable flights for your journey. If you know when you want to return, we recommend booking a round-trip flight from Kolhapur to Ahmedabad to take advantage of the lower fares usually offered on round-trip flights.

The platform lets you opt between direct and connecting flights. Direct flights are the most convenient with shorter travel times. However, lower fares are available on connecting flights with a layover. There are limited flights between Kolhapur to Ahmedabad. Every week, approximately 15 flights operate between the two cities, with an average of two flights per day, operated by IndiGo airlines. The shortest one is a direct flight that takes about 2 hours from Kolhapur to Ahmedabad. The longest flight has a layover in Hyderabad and takes about 6 hr 30 min to complete the journey.  

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Flights from Kolhapur to Ahmedabad


About Ahmedabad Airport

Ahmedabad Airport, known as Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Airport (SVPIA) (IATA: AMD), named after India’s first Deputy Prime Minister, is an international airport for Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar in Hansol. The airport is 9 km from central Ahmedabad. SVPI Airport is also the busiest and the largest in Gujarat. In 2020-21, it was recorded as the seventh-busiest airport for passenger traffic in India. It is a focus city for domestic airlines such as Go First, IndiGo, and TruJet connected to many cities in India such as Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai and Bengaluru and international destinations such as Singapore, Adu Dhabi and New York, among others. Ahmedabad Airport is managed by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) and Adani Ahmedabad International Airport Limited. Airports Council International declared Ahmedabad Airport the ‘most improved airport’ in the Asia-Pacific belt in 2017. Services and amenities at the airport include x-ray counters, currency exchange services, ATMs, food courts, lounges and more.

The airport was founded in 1937, and international flights commenced in 1991. In 2000, it was designated as an international airport. Today, the airport has four terminals — one each for domestic travel, international travel, secondary traffic, and cargo. AAI is also planning the construction of a new terminal with a moving walkway extending up to half a kilometre. Ahmedabad Airport has a single 3,505-m long runway. There are almost 20 air carriers managing passenger traffic at this airport, ensuring passenger comfort and facilitating travel.

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About Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad, the largest city in Gujarat, is situated on the banks of the River Sabarmati. It served as Gujarat’s capital from 1960 to 1970. Ahmedabad lies 26 km from Gandhinagar, the new state capital of Gujarat. Sultan Ahmed Shah founded the city of Ahmedabad in 1411 AD. However, people have lived in this area since the 11th century, when Ahmedabad was called Ashaval. The city was at the forefront of many freedom movements during the pre-independence era in India.

The city was ruled by various dynasties, primarily the Mughals and Marathas. In July 1950, the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) and Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority took over the administration of the central city and suburbs. Ahmedabad is well-known for its textile mills, justifying its title – The Manchester of the East. Automotive and pharma industries are also evolving here rapidly.

Ahmedabad is Gujarat’s commercial capital. However, the city is also a textile, tourist, and educational hub. Magnificent mosques, serene temples, and picturesque lakes are among the popular tourist attractions in Ahmedabad. This city reflects the perfect integration of historical elegance and modern lifestyle.

Ahmedabad, a melting pot of art, culture, and innovation, is a suitable destination for travellers. The city’s modern localities and culturally rich neighbourhoods are separated by the Sabarmati River and connected by the Nehru Bridge.

Except for the monsoon season, Ahmedabad has a hot and dry tropical climate. Summer days are hot, with an average maximum temperature of 41°C, while the nights are cool, with an average minimum temperature of 26°C. The average maximum and lowest temperatures in the winter are 30°C and 15°C. The best time to visit Ahmedabad is between October and March, when the climate is cool and best for sightseeing.

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Adalaj Stepwell 

Besides serving as a lifeline to the citizens amid water shortages, Adalaj Stepwell is also an excellent example of Indo-Islamic architecture. It is about 19 km north of Ahmedabad and was built on Queen Rudabai’s orders in the 15th century. It is a traditional five-storey monument with intricate carvings on the walls.  

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Bhadra Fort 

The stately Bhadra Fort is another architectural gem built during Sultan Ahmed Shah’s reign. It comprises a splendid palace, a mosque, an open courtyard, 14 towers, and a Bhadrakali Temple spread across 43 acres. The fort is worth visiting for the bird’s eye view of the Old City from its top.  

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Jama Masjid 

The Jama Masjid is a historical mosque in Ahmedabad’s Old City and among the best sites to visit in this fascinating city. Sultan Ahmed Shah, the city’s founder, commissioned the mosque in 1411, and was completed a decade later. The rectangular prayer hall inside has 260 finely carved pillars with 15 impressive domes.  

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Sabarmati Ashram and Riverfront 

The Sabarmati Ashram, established in 1915, is a tranquil and important landmark in Ahmedabad as it was the site of several independence campaigns, including the Dandi March in 1930. It is here that Mahatma Gandhi had spent some of his formative years. Today, the ashram has been converted into a museum. The gorgeous Sabarmati Riverfront at the ashram is one of the most recent projects and rapidly emerging tourist sites. Take a walk down the history lane at this ashram.  


About Kolhapur Airport 

Kolhapur Airport or Chhatrapati Rajaram Maharaj (CRM) Airport (IATA: KLH) is a regional airport servicing Kolhapur, Maharashtra, with a single terminal for domestic flights. The Airports Authority of India has been in charge of the CRM Airport since 2013. The airport’s history can be traced back to 1939, when the Air Services of India began flying to Kolhapur. The King of Kolhapur, Chhatrapati Rajaram Maharaj, officiated at the event and contributed significantly to its success. In 2019, Kolhapur Airport was renamed in his honour. Kolhapur Airport is in Ujalaiwadi, about 9 km from Kolhapur.

This airport is set to receive a makeover that will allow it to handle Boeing 737 and Airbus A320 planes. It will help reduce traffic congestion at Mumbai and Pune airports. An aircraft gasoline station has been installed, allowing planes to stop here for refuelling. The AAI also intends to park the aircraft overnight at the airport. Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Tirupati, Mumbai, and Jalgaon are the cities this domestic airport serves in Kolhapur. Alliance Air, IndiGo, and Trujet operate out of this airport. The CRM Airport received an improved IFR category licence in December 2021, allowing takeoffs even in low visibility and making travel safe.

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About Kolhapur

Previously known as ‘Kuntal’, Kolhapur is a city on the banks of the Panchganga River in south Maharashtra. Tarabai established it in 1707. According to legend, Goddess Mahalakshmi defeated Kolhasur, a demon who, before dying, wished for his place of death to be named after him. As a result, it was renamed Kolhapur and not Kuntal. The town lies 569 m above sea level. Kolhapur’s location is unique – it is near the eastern Sahyadri Hills, protecting it from starvation and scarcity. Kolhapur’s climate is a blend of Maharashtra’s coastal and interior climates. Temperatures range from 10°C to 35°C.

Kolhapur is also called ‘Dakshin Kashi’ as it is historically and culturally significant among the country’s earliest civilisations. The cultural history of this city dates back to the 17th century. Temples, churches, and dargahs are popular tourist attractions here. Kolhapur also has dams and water bodies, biodiversity, nature sites, adventure sports, and many more attractions, making it an ideal tourist destination.

Kolhapur is also known for its spices and leather sandals. Kolhapur’s specialities include Kolhapuri Chappals (leather sandals), Kolhapuri Saaj (necklace), and jaggery. Kolhapur is also well-known for wrestling or ‘kusti’, with some notable wrestlers from the city earning a reputation in the field. Kolhapur is also home to Dalit Hostel, founded by Late Rajarshi Shahu, and is the first of its type. It also has the first statue of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar erected when he was alive. All of this contributes to Kolhapur’s reputation as a popular tourist destination in Maharashtra, India.

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Kopeshwar Temple 

Kopeshwar Temple in Khidrapur, at the intersection of Maharashtra and Karnataka, is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The 12th century shrine on the banks of the Krishna River has stunning architecture with numerous detailed carvings on the inside and exterior walls. Kopeshwar translates to “the angry God”. It contains idols of Lord Shiva, Vishnu, and Brahma, among others.

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Panhala Fort 

Panhala is a hill station in Maharashtra’s Kolhapur district, 20 km northwest of Kolhapur and 945 m above sea level. Panhala is the smallest city in Maharashtra. Due to its elevation, the region enjoys year-round pleasant weather. The Panhala Fort, from which the city expands, commands a spectacular view of the valley below. Panhala Fort is the most important historical site in the area associated with the Maratha king, Shivaji.

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Rankala Lake 

Rankala Lake is a picturesque lake named after Lord Rankabhairav Temple. Rank Bhairav is considered an incarnation of Lord Shiva. It is among Kolhapur’s most renowned tourist attractions. The lake is said to have formed due to an earthquake in the 9th century. This is the right place to unwind with the family after a long day of sightseeing in Kolhapur.

Frequently Asked Questions

Approximately three flights operate between Kolhapur and Ahmedabad every day. 

The first flight from Kolhapur to Ahmedabad is IndiGo’s flight at 12.30 pm. 

IndiGo is the flight that flies majorly through this route. 

The layover for Kolhapur to Ahmedabad flight is in Hyderabad.  

The Airports Authority of India has been in charge of the CRM Airport since 2013. 

National Highway No 4, Pune Bangalore Highway, Tamgaon Road, Ujalaiwadi, Kolhapur - 416004, Near New Airport Colony and Opposite Hanuman Road is the address of Kolhapur Airport.  

The address of Ahmedabad Airport is Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, Hansol, Ahmedabad, Gujarat - 380003.  

Yes, Ahmedabad is a heritage city because it is home to several historical Indo-Islamic monuments and various potential heritage precincts.  

The best option to reach the airport is by taxi. The bus stop is 15 minutes from the airport.  

From mid-June to mid-September, the southwest monsoon winds bring humid weather in Ahmedabad. 

Approximately 2 to 4 days are sufficient to explore Ahmedabad, depending on the number of places one can visit per day. 

Ahmedabad has a lot of famous dishes like Khakra, Fafda, Dhokla, Thepla, and many others.  
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Airport Information

Ahmedabad Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport Hansol, Ahmedabad Gujarat 380003

Kolhapur Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India 416004