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Kolkata to Jorhat Flights

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Are you looking to travel from Kolkata to Jorhat? Book your flight tickets at the lowest fare available online for Kolkata to Jorhat flights and Jorhat to Kolkata flights at Adani One. Adani One online ticket-booking platform is loaded with features making it easier for you to book the cheapest Kolkata to Jorhat flight using an airfare calendar. The portal displays all the details in a few clicks, including air ticket prices, airfare calendar, flight duration, flight status, and direct flights and connecting flights. Get discounts, cashbacks, and deals on one-way or round trips on Kolkata to Jorhat flight tickets on Adani One. All the major carriers – IndiGo, Go First, Air India, and Vistara – are listed on our platform, and you can book the flights at your convenient time and date with great discounts and offers.

Several connecting and direct flights service the Kolkata to Jorhat route every week, predominantly operated by IndiGo. Although direct flights are the most convenient, connecting flights also have short layover times and operate via Guwahati. The aerial distance between Kolkata and Jorhat is 747 Km. Direct flights usually take 1 hour and 20 minutes of flight time, while connecting flights can have layovers anywhere between 4 and 16 hours. There are approximately four to six flights daily, and more than thirty flights fly weekly between Kolkata to Jorhat and Jorhat to Kolkata. Save money and fly with ease; complete your booking for your Kolkata to Jorhat flight on Adani One today!

Flights from Kolkata to Jorhat


About Jorhat Airport

Jorhat Airport (IATA code: JRH) is located at Rowriah, 7 Km southwest of Jorhat city. Also known as Rowriah Airport, it is one of the busiest airports in Assam, being the third leading airport after the Dibrugarh and Guwahati Airports. The Jorhat Airport was established in the early 1950s to launch aircraft carrying out airdrops in Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh. It was the first airbase of the Indian Air Force in the east. The airport is well-connected with Kolkata and Guwahati by direct flights. It is also indirectly connected to other parts of India through these major cities. Jorhat Airport only has one terminal for domestic flights, with IndiGo operating most of them. The airport’s baggage services are well-kept, with baggage wrapping machines for travellers who want to protect their valuables. It also provides wheelchairs with escorts for elderly and physically challenged people. The airport’s facilities also include handloom and book stalls, restaurants, cafeterias, and duty-free shops. Jorhat Airport is connected to all parts of Jorhat city, and you can easily find taxis, autos, private cabs, and buses at the airport to travel to and from the city.

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About Johrat

Jorhat is one of the major cities in Assam, located alongside the banks of River Bhogdoi, a tributary of the Brahmaputra. The city was part of the Sivasagar District until it was established as its own district in 1983. The word Jorhat means ‘twin market’ (jor: twin; hat: market), named after its two major hats (markets), Macharhat and Chowkihat.

Being the last capital of the Ahom Kingdom, Jorhat has a rich history and culture. The Ahom King – Gaurinath Singha, shifted the capital from Sivasagar to Jorhat in 1794. The Ahoms defeated the Mughals seventeen times in the region, and the battle of Saraighat (now part of Guwahati) was the most fierce one, remembered for the valour of commander Lachit Borphukan. Assam celebrates Lachit Divas on the 24th of November every year to recognise the brave Ahom Army General Lachit Borphukan.

Jorhat is the gateway for nature and wildlife lovers due to its stunning natural sites, such as Majuli, Kaziranga National Park, Hoollongapar Wildlife Sanctuary, and Molai Forest. It also has many historical maidans, memorials, and water reservoirs built under the Ahom rule. Sivasagar, famous for its Ahom palaces and monuments, is close to Jorhat, about 58 Km from the city.

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Hoollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary

The Hoollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary was formerly known as Hoollongapar Reserved Forest or Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary. It is named after the ape, Hoolock Gibbon, found in India and the dominant tree species – the Hollong. It is 20 Km from Jorhat and has a small rest house for travellers to stay and explore the sanctuary’s beauty.

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Majuli is a pristine, lush green island in the River Brahmaputra. It is the world’s biggest river island and India’s only island declared as a district. Majuli is known as Assam’s cultural capital because of the traditions, crafts, culture, and festivals preserved by the inhabitants here for almost 500 years. The island is at a distance of 20 Km from Jorhat. Every day, six ferries operate to and fro, making it easy for travellers to visit to experience the culture and natural beauty of Assam.

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Being the only entry point to the island of Majuli, Nimati Ghat is an important port of Assam. Nimati Ghat is situated near the Brahmaputra River and plays a significant role in the lives of the people of Assam, be it local villagers or those residing in the upper areas. It links Kamalabari and Auniata via ferries. Simply designed ferries that ply from Nimati Ghat are operated by the government. Travellers can enjoy locals singing folk songs, witness the sunset, and touch the waters of the Brahmaputra River from the boat. Nimati Ghat also holds importance for Assam as a commercial carrying centre, administrative headquarters, and financial institution. It is open throughout the day without any fee charged from visitors. If you wish to ride a ferry, then the charges are INR 15 per person and INR 800 for the vehicle. Nimati Ghat is located about 17 Km from Jorhat city centre and can be reached via road, rail and air. Tourists can take a rental car or cab from the airport or railway station to reach the Ghat.


About Kolkata Airport

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport (IATA: CCU) is the major international airport connecting the eastern and northeastern parts of India. The airport is located in Dum Dum, 17 Km from Kolkata. Kolkata Airport was formerly known as Dum Dum Airport. It was later renamed after the renowned freedom fighter Subhas Chandra Bose in 1995. The airport is one of the two international airports in West Bengal, the other being Bagdogra Airport (IATA: IXB) in Siliguri. Its new integrated terminal is spread over 25,10,000 sq ft, catering to international and domestic flights with the capacity to handle 25 million passengers annually.

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport has all modern baggage facilities and amenities like free Wi-Fi, ATMs, luxury lounges, ticket counters, currency exchange counters, medical facilities, pharmacy shops, restrooms, prayer rooms, and baby care rooms. The airport is well-connected to the city via buses, taxi services, trains, metros, and rental cars. You can also book a cab from the prepaid taxi counter inside the airport, which usually takes 50 minutes to reach the city centre.

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About Kolkata

Kolkata, also known as the ‘Cultural Capital of India’, is attributed for its rich culture, heritage, and literature. The city is known for its colonial architecture, museums, heritage sites, art galleries, temples, cuisine, culture, and festivals. The ancient name of Kolkata was Kalikata, which means the land of Goddess Kali. Devi Kali is the main deity of the region and is worshipped with great fervour on the occasion of Diwali.

Calcutta (anglicised version of Kalikata) served as the capital of British-held territories of India until 1911. Due to the growing unrest against the repressive policies of the colonial government and Calcutta becoming the centre of Independence movements, Britishers moved the capital to Delhi.

Bengali festivals are unique and cheerful, bringing people together to spread joy and laughter. Saraswati Puja, Durga Puja, Kali Puja, Jamai Shoshti, and Bhai Phota are among the notable festivals that the city is known for.

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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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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.

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Science City

Science City, among the city’s popular attractions, is one of the largest science museums in the world. It is the best place to learn about science for visitors of all ages. The various activities in Dynamotion Hall, Earth Exploration Hall, Maritime Centre, and Science Exploration Hall are favourites among the visitors.

Frequently Asked Questions

Presently, there are one to two flights that fly between Kolkata and Jorhat every day.

Currently, IndiGo 6E-442, which departs at 12:30 pm, is the non-stop flight from Kolkata to Jorhat. It takes about 1 hour 20 minutes to cover the journey.

The IATA code for Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata is CCU. The Jorhat Airport, also known as Rowriah Airport, has the IATA Code JRH.

IndiGo operates the most flights on the Kolkata to Jorhat route.

IndiGo airline allows carrying cold snacks, non-alcoholic drinks, snack bars and biscuits on its Kolkata to Jorhat flights. Water cups are provided free of cost, and a water bottle is also available in-flight.

IndiGo airline, which operates most of the Kolkata to Jorhat Flights, allows up to 7 Kg of cabin baggage and 15 Kg of check-in luggage. However, the weight limit varies from airline to airline and the class of travel. Please check the baggage rules for your airline before checking in at the airport.

Airfare is subject to many aspects and keeps on changing. Head on over to the Adani platform’s airfare calendar to check the cheapest tickets for Jorhat to Kolkata or Kolkata to Jorhat round trip.

Yes, state-run buses, as well as taxis, are easily available at Jorhat Airport. It also has accessibility from all parts of the city via buses and taxis.

There is always something for everyone to shop for in Jorhat. You can shop for handloom products like mekhla chadar, Assam silk sarees, souvenirs like Japi, Gamosa, and Xorai, traditional Assamese Jewellery, etc.

Yes, there are many duty-free shops at Kolkata’s Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport, and its stores sell cosmetics, chocolates, perfumes, liquor, and locally handcrafted products. Duty-free shops are available at the arrival and departure levels of the international wing of the terminal only.

Are flights from Kolkata to Jorhat influenced by the coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Jorhat is considere a safe place to visit. The people are welcoming, religious, and peace-loving.

The people of Jorhat have always displayed a traditionally high interest in culture and arts and have upheld the old traditions and culture. Due to their untiring efforts, Jorhat is known as the cultural capital of Assam.

The primary language of Jorhat is Assamese. The other languages spoken include Hindi, English, Bengali, and Aiton, written in the Burmese script.

There is no restriction on travelling in Kolkata. Just follow the appropriate coronavirus guidelines in public places to ensure your safety.
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Airport Information

Jorhat Airport Rd, Jorhat, Assam 785005

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