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Kolkata to Kandla Flights

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You can easily make flight bookings on Adani One. Whether you want to book a Kolkata to Kandla flight ticket or a return ticket for a flight from Kandla to Kolkata, Adani One will display a detailed airfare calendar to help you pick the most convenient and cost-effective flight. Choose the best flight with the best air ticket deal, added discounts and cashback offers. Adani One lists the airfares for all major domestic airline carriers, including AirAsia, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air India, and Go First. Discounts and offers are updated regularly for both direct and connecting flights. We suggest booking a return ticket to take advantage of the discounts.

If you are looking for a flight from Kolkata to Kandla, choose from the many options available on Adani One. Currently, none of the airlines operate direct flights from Kolkata to Kandla. However, connecting flights are available between Kolkata and Kandla with short layovers in cities like Mumbai and New Delhi. Adani One will display the list of the cheapest flights to help you get the lowest airfare. Before booking your flight tickets, take a look at the airfare calendar to grab special offers, discounts, and cashback. Search for the most convenient flight and complete your Kolkata to Kandla flight booking on Adani One today!

Currently, flights operate from Kolkata to Kandla on a daily basis.

Flights from Kolkata to Kandla


About Kandla Airport

Kandla Airport (IATA: IXY, ICAO: VAKE), also known as Gandhidham Airport, is located north of Kandla and Gandhipuram in Gujarat’s Kutch district. The airport was constructed in 1950, while Indian Airlines started passenger operations in 1960. Spread over 268.2 acres of area, the airport has a terminal building capable of handling 100 passengers at a time.

The airport is managed by the Airports Authority of India. There are flights to and from Goa, Surat, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, etc., to Kandla. International routes from Kandla can be accessed via connecting flights from Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, Ahmedabad. Otherwise, the other nearest airport to Kandla is Bhuj Airport. The city centre is 8.2 km away from the Kandla Airport and can be reached via a taxi or a cab.

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About Kandla

Kandla, also called the Deendayal Port Authority, is one of the largest seaports in the Kutch District of Gujarat. Situated on the Gulf of Kutch in the Arabian Sea, it is one of the major ports on the western coast of India. Constructed in the year 1950, Kandla was initially the primary seaport serving the west coast of India.

The Kandla Port plays a significant role in the country’s international trade. It is one of the biggest commercial hubs in India for importing petroleum, chemicals, machinery, iron and steel, etc. and exporting textiles, food grains, and salt. The port is also near major tourist cities in Gujarat, including Rajkot, Bhuj, Gandhidham, and Kutch.

The city of Kandla experiences a tropical climate. January is among the coldest months, and June is among the hottest months here. It is preferable to visit Kandla during the months of late February to early April and mid-October to late November. However, the average temperature ranges from 13°C to 39°C. It has a small population of below 16,000 as of 2011. The major languages spoken in the region are Kutchi, Gujarati, and Hindi. Being a part of Gujarat, Kandla is famous for the lip-smacking Gujarati delicacies like jalebi, fafda, dhokla, khandvi, etc. Kandla is also known for the famous Rann Utsav (148 km from Kandla), which tourists attend in droves.


About Kolkata Aairport 

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Airport (IATA: CCU, ICAO: VECC) is an international airport in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. The airport was earlier known as Dum Dum Airport. The airport is located about 17 km away from the Kolkata city centre and connects it with major cities and countries. It is one of the largest and busiest airports in India. Kolkata Airport was awarded by the Airport Council International as the Best Improved Airport in the Asia Pacific region in the year 2014. The airport acts as a hub for flights to northeast India, neighbouring countries, and the Middle East cities.

The Kolkata Airport has a capacity of above 22 million passengers as of 2019-2020, and more than 300 flights a day. It has a single integrated terminal serving both domestic and international flights. You will find many duty-free shops at the airport where you can shop for various products. Passengers departing from and arriving at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport can choose public transport with well-established air-conditioned buses and prepaid taxis connecting the airport area to the central city.

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About Kolkata

Kolkata, formerly known as Calcutta, is the present capital of West Bengal and the third most populated metropolitan city in India, as of 2021. Kolkata became a British trading post at the end of the 17th century. The populous town that once served as the capital of the British in India is famous for its colonial buildings, like the grand Victoria Memorial. Other significant sights include the great Howrah Bridge, an engineering feat linking Howrah and Kolkata. The city is known as the gateway to East India. It has been home to several renowned intellectuals.

Kolkata, also known as the "City of Joy", is spread north-south along the eastern bank of the Hooghly River and is recognised as the commercial, educational, and cultural centre. Kolkata is a metropolis of colonial architecture, art galleries, museums, traditional food, beautiful temples, music, drama, and theatre, with many Nobel laureates contributing to the rich culture of Kolkata. It is also a place for shoppers to buy embroidered linen, Kantha embroidered silk, cotton sarees, etc.

You will see many ghats across the city, such as Princep Ghat, where you can enjoy the sunset while sipping on some tea or coffee. The nightlife in Kolkata is something that you mustn’t miss out on. The city has many street-side eateries and food stalls, where you can relish local Bengali food and snacks like ghugni chaat and jhalmuri. The most exciting sight while travelling through Kolkata is of vintage trams, the signature icon of Kolkata.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, there are daily flights that operate on the Kolkata to the Kandla route and you can take your pick from the several available options.  

Currently, there are no direct flights from Kolkata to Kandla. However, connecting flights are available that offer short layover times. 

Yes, you can carry food but it should be appropriately packed. Usually, it is recommended to opt for dry food items on flights. However, different airlines have different rules on the same. Please check the airline rules before booking the flight.  

Yes, you can avail of a web check-in option via the airline website. 

The IATA Code for Kolkata Airport is CCU, and the IATA Code for Kandla Airport is IXY. 

The aerial distance between Kolkata to Kandla is 1,863 km. 

Currently, SpiceJet offers the cheapest flights from Kolkata to Kandla. However, travellers can avail of different offers and discounts while booking their tickets via the Adani One platform.

No, it is not necessary. But it is advisable to pay a small insurance fee for safety purposes. 

Kandla is around 70 km away from Bhuj and it takes about 2 hours to reach there by road.  

Regarded as one of the busiest bridges in the world, it was the 3rd longest bridge in the world when first opened for the public in 1943. However, now it ranks 6th in terms of the longest bridges worldwide.   

The world’s largest Banyan tree is located in the Botanical Garden in Kolkata. The 250 year old tree spans a whopping 3.5 acres.  

Water zorbing is available at Eco Park in Kolkata. It is located 7.4 km away from the Kolkata Airport. 

The Bhavnath Mahadev Temple in Junagadh is open for visitors from 6:30 am to 7 pm. It is located 305 km away from Kandla.  

With 12 species of mammals, 8 of reptiles, and 88 of birds, the Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary is nothing short of an adventure for children. It is located 349 km away from Kandla.  

The Rann Utsav is held from November to February and attracts thousands of tourists every year. Tents can be booked in advance.  
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Airport Information

Kandla Civil Aerodrome, Gopalpuri, Kandla, Gujarat 370240

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