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Kozhikode to Hyderabad Flights

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There are several flights operating between Kozhikode and Hyderabad. IndiGo and Air India mostly operate these flights. The direct flight between Kozhikode and Hyderabad are convenient and takes around 2 hours and 10 minutes. However, the duration of the connecting flights depends on the layover in cities like Chennai, Bangalore, or Mumbai.

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Flights from Kozhikode to Hyderabad


About Hyderabad Airport

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, or Hyderabad Airport, serves the city of Hyderabad in Telangana. The IATA code is HYD and the ICAO code is VOHS. It is located in the Shamshabad neighbourhood, about 25 km away from the city. It is one of the busiest airports in Asia. Rajiv Gandhi International Airport was inaugurated in 2008 and replaced Begumpet Airport, which had space constraints.

The airport has one integrated terminal. There is also a dedicated freight terminal, and the airport is served by two runways, one of which has an Instrument Landing System (ILS) facility. The terminal at Hyderabad Airport has an annual capacity of 21 million passengers. The airport is served by most domestic carriers apart from international airlines. It is a hub for Air India, SpiceJet, TruJet and IndiGo. Most major Indian cities are connected to Hyderabad Airport apart from international destinations like Singapore, Colombo, Dubai, London, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and more.

Private taxis and buses are available to travel to the city from the airport. There are also plans to extend the Hyderabad Metro to the airport.

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About Hyderabad

Hyderabad is the capital of Telangana and the most prominent city on the Deccan Plateau. One of the most populous cities in India, Hyderabad was founded in 1591 by Mohammad Quli Qutb Shah, who wanted to extend his capital beyond Golconda. It was later captured and ruled by the Nizams.

The modern city of Hyderabad is known for its royal heritage, glorious monuments and old-world charm. The many relics of the Qutb Shahi dynasty and the Nizam rule are visible in the city. Hyderabad also came to be known as the City of Pearls because of the flourishing pearl trading industry. Hyderabad was also the centre for trading Golconda diamonds. There are many traditional and historic bazaars around the city.

The cuisine in Hyderabad is world-famous, with UNESCO designating it as a creative city of gastronomy. Hyderabadi biryani is one of the most popular dishes in the city, as is the Haleem, which has even earned a GI tag . The city is the perfect blend of lively crowds, ancient traditions and culture, great food and spectacular sights.

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Birla Mandir  

The Birla Mandir in Hyderabad, built in 1976, is located on a hill called Kalapahad. It is built on 13 acres of land at a height of 280 feet. This magnificent temple is built of white marble obtained from Rajsthan. The temple is visited by plenty of tourists who can also enjoy the serene atmosphere. 

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The famous Charminar is an iconic monument in Hyderabad. It is located in the old city. This structure, consisting of four characteristic minarets, was built in 1591. Sultan Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah built it after establishing Hyderabad as his new capital. Charminar is now a bustling market area where tourists can enjoy browsing through the various shops and buy several items like bangles, fancy trinkets and souvenirs.

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Golconda Fort 

The architectural wonder of Golconda Fort, just 9 km from the Hussain Sagar Lake, is one of the most famous tourist spots in the city. The principal capital of Qutub Shahi Kings, this impressive fortress has about eight gates and is situated on a hill. In addition to stunning architecture, the fort has a revolutionary water supply system, cannons and more. Interestingly, the famous Koh-i-Noor diamond was also sourced from here. 

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Hussain Sagar Lake 

Hussain Sagar Lake is an iconic spot in Hyderabad and is the largest artificial lake in Asia. This lake connects Hyderabad with its twin city Secunderabad. Canals from River Musi feed the lake, and there is a huge Gautam Buddha statue in the middle of the lake, which tourists can access via boat. The lake was built in 1562 and was named after Hussain Shah Wali.  

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Ramoji Film City 

Since 1996, the Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad has attracted tourists from all over the country. It is the largest integrated film city in the world, and a cinematic theme park. It is also listed in the Guinness Book of Records. It covers more than 2000 hectares and is located about 30 km from Hyderabad. It also has exotic bird and butterfly parks and offers a film city tour, fun rides, 3D shows and more for visitors to entertain themselves. 


About Kozhikode Aairport 

Kozhikode Airport, or Calicut International Airport, is one of the three international airports in the state of Kerala. The airport is located at Karipur in the Malappuram district, about 28 km away from Kozhikode, and its IATA code is CCJ. The airport was inaugurated in 1988 and was later given international status.

Kozhikode Airport is a base for Air India Express flights and is a major hub for Hajj pilgrims, with flights to Medina and Jeddah.

Interestingly, Kozhikode Airport has a tabletop runway, one of the very few airports in India that has one. Terminal 1 operates all domestic flights from Kozhikode to other major cities in India. Terminal 2 operates international flights to destinations such as Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Al Ain, Dubai, Kuwait, Doha, Salalah, Muscat and Ras Al Khaimah. Some major airlines operating out of Kozhikode Airport are Air India Express, Air Arabia, Bahrain Air, Qatar Airways, IndiGo and SpiceJet.

State government-run AC buses ply between Kozhikode Airport and the city. Prepaid airport taxis are also easily available to travel to the city from the airport.

About Kozhikode

Kozhikode, also known as Calicut, is a coastal city in the northern part of Kerala. Located on the Malabar Coast, Kozhikode is an unexplored gem in the southwestern state. The city is blessed with peaceful countrysides, beaches, religious sites, historic buildings and nature reserves. As a result, tourism in Kozhikode is becoming a growing industry.

The modern city of Kozhikode has a traditional cityscape along with modern shopping malls, cafes, and more. But the city still retains its culture and charm. Once popular for exporting spices across the globe, Kozhikode is even today a trading hub in the region.

Historically, Kozhikode was the capital of the Zamorins. The ancient port in the region meant that the city was an important stop on the Maritime Silk Road and was frequently visited by traders from Arabia, Persia, and later Europe. The first European to land in India, Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama, arrived at Kappad near Kozhikode. The Portuguese were followed by the British and the Dutch.

Kozhikode has many important educational institutions such as Calicut Medical College, Government Engineering College Calicut, Indian Institute of Management and National Institute of Technology. Kozhikode is also known for its rich tradition of folk art. Mappilapaattu, Oppana, Thirayattam, and Theyyam are all popular in parts of the district.

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Beypore is a cosy seaside town located less than 10 km from the city of Kozhikode. Located at the mouth of the energetic Chaliyar River, the city is covered in vibrant green shades. Beypore has a beach and a port. The port is one of the oldest in Kerala. The town was also known for making wooden boats at one time.

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Kakkayam Dam 

Kakkayam is a dam in Kozhikode, located about 60 km from the city. Part of a hydroelectric project, this dam is situated amid stunning mountains and thick forests. Located on the outskirts of the Malabar Wildlife Sanctuary, various animals, including elephants, can be seen near the dam. This is also a popular trekking and rock-climbing destination.

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Kozhippara Falls 

Kozhippara Falls is located at Kakkadampoyil, about 50 Km from the Kozhikode airport. These waterfalls offer breathtaking views and are ideal for swimming. Bird watching and jungle trekking are popular activities here. Also known as Kakkadampoyil Waterfall, this is a highly popular spot among tourists.

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Thusharagiri Waterfalls 

Located about 50 km from Kozhikode, Thusharagiri Waterfalls comprises three distinct waterfalls. The waterfall's name comes from the fact that the mountain there has a silvery crown of mist at the top. There are trekking opportunities here. Tourists can take a dip in the icy waters of the falls as well. The way to the waterfalls is through plantations and estates, making it a relaxing drive.

Frequently Asked Questions

More than 10 flights are operating from Kozhikode to Hyderabad every day. 

Yes. There is a direct flight from Kozhikode to Hyderabad, operated by IndiGo. 

The popular airlines operating flights from Kozhikode to Hyderabad are IndiGo and Air India. 

The minimum time taken to fly from Kozhikode to Hyderabad is 2 hours and 10 minutes. 

The official name of Hyderabad Airport is Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. The official name of Kozhikode Airport is Kozhikode International Airport. 

The IATA code of Hyderabad Airport is HYD, and the IATA code of Kozhikode Airport is CCJ

Hyderabad Airport is located in Shamshabad, which is about 25 km from the city. 

Kozhikode Airport is located in Karipur, about 28 Km from the city. 

Kozhikode Airport has a tabletop runway which is rare for airports in India. A tabletop runway is located on top of a hill or a plateau with deep drops at one or both ends. 

Yes. Kozhikode Airport was given international status in 2006, and it has flights to various destinations in the Middle East like Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Doha, Jeddah etc. 

Some of the famous places you can visit in Kozhikode are Thusharagiri Waterfalls, Kakkayam Dam, Mananchira Square, Kozhikode Beach etc. 

he famous tourist spots in Hyderabad are Charminar, Chowmahalla Palace, Golconda Fort, Ramoji Film City, Salarjung Museum, Hussain Sagar Lake, etc. 

Connecting flights from Kozhikode to Hyderabad have a layover at cities like Bengaluru, Chennai and Mumbai. 

Laad Bazaar, General Bazaar, Shilparamam, Mozamjahi Market and Begum Bazaar are some places where you can enjoy shopping for local goods.  

Yes, you will be given a boarding pass when you show your e-ticket number and the ticket confirmation e-mail at the airport check-in counter. 
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Airport Information

Hyderabad Shamshabad, Hyderabad, Telangana 500409

Kozhikode Calicut Airport P.O, Calicut Airport Rd, Karipur, Kerala 673647